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We recommend you consult the Tutorial that comes with the IconBuilder download to learn more about Open/Drop icons.
The verify panel allows you to quickly check if your icon has extra or missing resources for the target platform and OS.
This grid is the Resource List and represents all the icon resources that can be compiled into a single icon.
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.
This problem is a bug in Tiger and is not related to IconBuilder. Try using our free IconExaminer app instead.
For the best results, we recommend designing 16x16 versions by hand in Photoshop with pixel-clicking.
Yes, there are many good IconBuilder tips! See the full description for general tips on building and saving icons.
Simply create a .ico file, name the final file favicon.ico, and upload it to the root directory of your website.
IconBuilder uses 8-bit resources when saving BMPs and GIFs and 32-bit resources for saving TIFFs and PNGs.
These controls add and delete data from the Resource Grid. Consult the IconBuilder Tutorial for exact functions.
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In order to make it easy for you to find what you are looking for, we have built some features into our search engine that allow you to customize your search: