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Custom icons are a visual way to quickly identify and locate various files and folders on your computer's desktop.
Yes, we worked closely with Microsoft to develop a suite of icons including the Recycle Bin, My Computer and others.
IconBuilder uses 8-bit resources when saving BMPs and GIFs and 32-bit resources for saving TIFFs and PNGs.
Yes, there are many good IconBuilder tips! See the full description for general tips on building and saving icons.
This grid is the Resource List and represents all the icon resources that can be compiled into a single icon.
Many factors can prevent custom icons from being applied to Mac files or folders including locked items and more.
Some tips and trick when using IconBuilder with Photoshop include magnification levels, naming layers and more.
The verify panel allows you to quickly check if your icon has extra or missing resources for the target platform and OS.
These controls add and delete data from the Resource Grid. Consult the IconBuilder Tutorial for exact functions.
Be sure to set IconBuilder to save as a folder with a custom icon applied to it, or the Finder won't display it properly.
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