The following items are similar to How do I use IconBuilder for Win's QuickBuild feature?:
Read this complete support item for a quick list of steps, or consult the PDF guide included with your download.
This is the Resource Grid and it represents all of the individual icon resources that can be compiled into an icon.
You may have built icon data into a grid cell in the 24x24 column. If so, clear that data and re-save.
Experience has taught us that designing smaller icon versions by hand really is the way to get the best results.
Consider the target platform carefully before you create individual resources that you may not end up needing.
The first thing to do is to check and make sure your PC meets the proper system requirements to run the filter.
Until the filter is purchased, there is a startup delay to encourage you to register your copy of IconBuilder for Windows.
Creating a website favorite icon is simple. Build an icon normally, save the .ico file, and name it "favicon.ico".
Working from Photoshop layers really helps you to quickly and easily move components, recolor, or resize.
Yes, be sure to name individual layers, turn layer transparency on and view your work at multiple sizes.
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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: