Almost 2 weeks have gone by but no feedback except for the comments from Helmut and myself? Now, that's
They are all reinstalling their systems after major system meltdown.
Not really. I didn't expect many people to test.
XnTriq wrote:I love the OS-X style page curl effect.
See any similarities http://www.aiesec.po.opole.pl/shared/ico/swf.gif
That's the icon I ripped.
Would you mind telling me which program you prefer? Have you heard about RealWorld Icon Editor
I use rather old Microangelo what still works what still works despite of expired trial. And I haven't heard of RealWorld Icon Editor before, but the icons made with it looks awesome.
There's this argentinian guy on deviantART (Cristhian Federico Serur alias burnsflipper
) who made a bunch of icons for XnView
(BMP, GIF, IFF, JPG, PCX, PIC, PNG, PSD, TGA, TIF). Maybe he's interested in having his set distributed with XnVasso.
You will find his e-mail address on the contact page of his online portfolio
Thanks for pointing these out
I'd like to see a feature that allows users to associate .ICO files
with XnView without changing their settings for DefaultIcon
Really good idea goes with icl, ani and cur files too... But implementing this is not possible without breaking either other associations or the compatibility with XnView associations. Because all those file types points in the XnView.Image registry key what means that all the other filetypes pointing to the same key gets the %1 icon as well. But adding these file types in uncompatible mode shouldn't be a problem.
- Is the latest version of XnVasso (May 7th) a final release (custompages.nsh: “File association manager v1.0”)?
- When I was looking at the source code with WinDiff I noticed that you've added a variable or parameter called GROUPFIX which probably correlates to the new Grouping.txt file. Could you elaborate on how this alters the behavior of XnVasso?
- The icon library has been split up into 2 seperate ICLs for XP and 9X/2K. That's because older versions of Windows don't support alpha blended icons, right?
- Color depth of xnvdark.ico has been reduced to an 8bit palette. There seems to be some issue with the transparency.
Nope it's semifinal. It was the final version, but after that I removed some dead code, added new stuff and tweaks here and there...
I will release the final version in this wee
... in this lifetime.
GROUPFIX is a workaround for the XnView compatibility problems without it I would have had to rewrite a lot of code. And Grouping.txt is help file what presents the difference between of the uncompatible and XnView compatible mode in the registry level. So basically the file just shows in which "groups" (registry keys) the different filetypes points to. All the filetypes listed in the same group haves the same command line
, context menu items
... This comes useful when creating new context menu items because when you greate a context menu item, example for jpg file, all the filetypes in the same group will get the context menu item as well. Hopefully helps.
Well yeah. The XP version should work in 2k and 9x too, but it might look bad.
No that's intentional. I tried to make it look less like XnView icon.