Application Icon Requirements
Frank D. Engel, Jr.
fde101 at fjrhome.net
Fri Jun 23 15:21:55 CDT 2006
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I think, based on the subject, that he is looking for a way to create
the icons that appear on the application file, for example -- OS-
If you are on Mac OS X, you might look in Apple's Developer Tools,
under /Developer/Applications/Utilities, for a little utility called
"Icon Composer" -- that will only work for Mac OS X icons, though.
For cross-platform icon work under Mac OS X, there is a shareware
program called Iconographer, which can generate icons for both Mac OS
X and Windows.
Also, if you are just trying to create icons to use on the stacks
themselves, for buttons on cards and so forth, just create them as
image icons -- they can be imported from files, pasted onto the
cards, whatever -- then get the "id" property of the icon. Use that
as the icon number in the property inspector for the button.
On Jun 14, 2006, at 11:09 AM, mfstuart wrote:
> Hi Tom,
> Doesn't Studio itself have "paint" tools to do what you want?
> On the Tools palette, clcik the little "up" arrow in the bottom right
> corner. That extends the palette and offers an almost complete set of
> graphic tools.
> Anyone able to offer more on this?
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