Creating .icns files on Mac.
luis at anachreon.co.uk
Wed Jan 9 04:44:46 EST 2008
I've used Pixel (www.kanzelsberger.com) with its icon template. Nice
licence: Licenced to you, not the machine. Multiplatform too.
I used Pixen (www.opensword.org) some time ago, but can't see if it
does what you need.
LiveQuartz, Mac only (www.livequartz.com) can read icon files. I
haven't updated that in a while, so not sure if that can save also.
On 9 Jan 2008, at 03:55, Chipp Walters wrote:
> Well, my MacBook came backed fixed. Turns out they pretty much gave
> me a new
> Mac, including a new hard drive and the Leopard OS. Gone is my dual
> config, Parallels and Photoshop, plus all my files. Not too big a
> deal as it
> is all backed up.
> But...Since Photoshop 7 doesn't run on Leopard (did on Tiger), I
> need to
> find another alternative to creating .icns files on the Mac. I can
> create a
> standard 128 x 128 png on the PC and would like a program to
> convert it to
> the requisite Mac .icns file...any ideas? I certainly don't want to
> my old version of Photoshop for only this function.
> So, what are you all using for this sort of thing?
> Also, where do I find BootCamp on Leopard? I thought it came pre-
> TIA, Chipp
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