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Working with 32-bit icons in Cocoa and NIB-based Carbon applications, is surprisingly easy. Read on for more.
There are several important tips and tricks for developers working with Mac based icon resources. Read on for more.
During the transition from Mac OS 9 to OS X, the way custom icons are stored on disks changed. Read on for more.
Save as a resource file when incorporating into an application and as a folder for simple use on the Mac desktop.
There are really three parts to designing icons: concept, creation and construction. Read on to learn more.
Unfortunately creating icons for the Palm and other handheld devices is difficult and requires unique resources.
Yes, after creating a projector bundle you can change the Info.plist file so that CFBundleIconFile uses a .icns file.
Depending on your need, BMP and ICO toolbar icon files can be made using IconBuilder and Photoshop.
The "Create archive" feature in Mac OS X 10.3 and later can lead to problems and we recommend against using it.
Yes, but the trick is to make sure the picture you are adding is in a subfolder of the disk you are creating.
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