On Sun, 25 Jul 2004 21:49:52 -0400
"Rob Davenport" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote the words:
> I was just doing something similar for an Emacs icon for the Windows
> port. I used Gimp to convert (and edit the image I was using
> somewhat) and saved it as .jpg (although I think .png or even .bmp
> might be better) and then used XNView to do the final adjustments
> (make sure the colormap was correct - 256 colors, with the right one
> marked as the transparent color) and saved it as an .ico from XNView.
> <http://www.xnview.com> - a great tool and free too.
> If you have any questions, let me know.
Another good idea, I knew I was asking the right people. Actually I
already use xnview and you are correct, it is a great program. I should
have thought of that also...
I was working late at night, you can tell my brain was hazy.
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