Dreamer wrote:Done, with IconCool Editor - result - 2 icons.
The only difference is in 16x16 16 colours icons:
bmp 16x16 16c org.ico - no change, no new colours used
bmp 16x16 16c orange.ico - same as 16x16 256 colours icon
Good that you've found an icon editor which could edit the icons properly, as written before Microangelo and Axialis Icon Studio both had limitations. Would be perfect if IconCool Editor was Shareware, but Microangelo and Axialis aren't Freeware either.
I'm not sure whether it makes sense to provide a 16 colour format which does not include the 16 standard colours. This has been done for the 32x32pixel icons before, you are now about introducing this for the 16x16 colours, also. Does anybody know whether there are limitations on Windows systems with these icon formats? What does it look like on a 256 colour Windows system?
Dreamer wrote:Please tell me what icon I should use for other icons, I can create all icons (add colouring to larger icons).
Could you tell me also why there are 4 icons with the same red colour, is there any reason for that? I'd prefer black colour for that...
As written before, red colour is used for all the vector formats: EPS, AI, EPS, ...
Dreamer wrote:Should I add any icon? Should I change any colours?
Before continuing you should check what your large icons look like. The blue colour in BMP looks good, but what about the other colours? E.g. pink, light green? Perhaps you can place one or two more samples here.
Dreamer wrote:I don't have all types of images, so I can't see all browser colours, could you tell me where I can find all types of "used" images, please? (This is not very important, of course). Thank you.
All RGB colours and formats used are listed in one of my previous posts.