The following items are similar to Can I download and use your icons on Mac OS 9?:
Most likely you are looking at icons that were created for the Classic Mac OS, and are missing the newer, larger resources.
Working with 32-bit icons in Cocoa and NIB-based Carbon applications, is surprisingly easy. Read on for more.
A .dmg is an OS X compressed, read-only disk image file popular for distributing software on the Mac platform.
The "Create archive" feature in Mac OS X 10.3 and later can lead to problems and we recommend against using it.
The file has been compressed for online distribution in the ZIP format, popular on the Windows PC platform.
Yes, there are many good reasons to update cicn resources to icon suites including millions of colors and transparency.
A popular way to distribute your creations is via disk images. These steps will help you create your first Mac disk image.
During the transition from Mac OS 9 to OS X, the way custom icons are stored on disks changed. Read on for more.
Yes, but the trick is to make sure the picture you are adding is in a subfolder of the disk you are creating.
Save as a resource file when incorporating into an application and as a folder for simple use on the Mac desktop.
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