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|BBGregPearl ||01-30-2008 03:39 PM |
How to change an icon to whatever it has to be for em to use it in Theme Builder?
Thanks in advance.
|thaKing ||01-30-2008 05:46 PM |
use .png files....if you have photoshop or something similar, just save the file as a portable network graphics file...
|BBGregPearl ||01-30-2008 07:17 PM |
Thanks a bunch!
|thaKing ||01-30-2008 07:39 PM |
no problem! good luck....
|BBGregPearl ||01-30-2008 10:07 PM |
Yeah I'm currently working on a HONDA theme for my phone. Found som good pictures on the net but I haven't found any good icons yet!
|thaKing ||01-31-2008 07:16 PM |
i personally don't use custom icons on my themes...just because when i add an app, it has it's own icon and won't match...just my $0.02...
|BBGregPearl ||02-01-2008 01:20 PM |
True. I pretty much have most of the original icons hidden anyways so they're not really on the screen anyways
|thaKing ||02-01-2008 05:09 PM |
over at themes4bb.com they have free icons that i've used in my themes...they are not custom icons, per se, but a nice replacement for the stock icons...take a look at their forum and you can find some free things that are nice...
|chubby_nubby ||02-02-2008 09:25 AM |
what program can I use to resize some icon? I have numerous png icons which are 128x128, when I use M/S Office Picture Manager to resize the icons the resolution looks terrible, and sometimes the icons are too big for the themes I am trying to create. Just looking for any advice to resize these icons, and what size do they need to be? Thanks for any help!
|thaKing ||02-02-2008 11:40 AM |
see my first post above...any graphic software will work...if you don't wanna pay money, try Gimp, it's free...
|chubby_nubby ||02-05-2008 06:55 AM |
Thanks for the info, I dl'd gimp, just a quick question I have some icons which are 128x128 when I attempt to resize them to 48x36 it will not let me, it will either be 48x48 or 36x36, is there a way to customize the size of the icon using gimp, thanks for any help and advice.
|srl7741 ||02-05-2008 09:16 AM |
Take a default icon 48x36 and remove the image. Save the new blank icon with a new name like icon_blank. Open that icon up and drag your new icon image into that place holder. Save the new icon with a new name (to keep your original blank).
It's a little more work but that is one way of doing it.
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