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TRON

All iconic warriors report to the Game Grid!

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eWorld 2000

Classic eWorld desktop icons ala 32-bit plus more.

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Proximity-J

Classic 32-bit offspring of the Yosemite Collection.

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What color depth is best to start designing icons with?

If you are creating icons for older versions of Windows like 95/98/NT, start with the 8-bit, 256 color palette.

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What does the multi-celled grid on the left represent?

This grid is the Resource List and represents all the icon resources that can be compiled into a single icon.

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What resources are used when saving image formats?

IconBuilder uses 8-bit resources when saving BMPs and GIFs and 32-bit resources for saving TIFFs and PNGs.

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What color depth should I use when making icons?

For modern operating systems, it's a good idea to start out with a full 32-bit (millions of colors) palette.

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How can I create toolbar icons for Windows?

Depending on your need, BMP and ICO toolbar icon files can be made using IconBuilder and Photoshop.

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