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Software News   Software News : 'Crystal Clear' System Replacement Icon Set with Installer Released!
   posted by spotUP on 5-Mar-2006 18:21:51 (3982 reads)
'Crystal Clear' a System Replacement icon set for AmigaOS 4.0 is released!
It comes with an installer, just click it, and all your system icons are replaced. All icons from the original 'Crystal Clear' icon set are included though, so you can if you'd like to, install them by hand, and there plenty of nice icons for all your apps etc too. Have fun boys! Let that desktop sparkle!

You can get it now at OS4Depot

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fuskoSCN 
Re: 'Crystal Clear' System Replacement Icon Set wi
Posted on 5-Mar-2006 22:31:53
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Thanks Spot! :)

Installed it, and it worked perfectly!

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@spotUP

I like them but they are rather big I think (well on my 1024 x 768 display anyway), pity they weren't just a bit smaller. Good work though


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Posted on 5-Mar-2006 23:55:52
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Thanks Spot for the great System icons.


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Same here. I use 1280x1024 and i would also like to see smaller icons.
Great work Spot

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Re: 'Crystal Clear' System Replacement Icon Set wi
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They sure look nice, but i prefer Kens Icons And these icons need to
be smaller, too Other than that. Good work

 
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i have a 21" screen here, so 64x64 is really a minimum for me. and the icons loose their detail in smaller sizes that 64x64 (well, atleast mac icons tend to loose their spark), but if everyone wants 48x48 icons, there is little point in releasing 64x64 bit sets... i'll do a poll and ask what people prefer...

does anyone know of a nice command line tool that resizes png images?

Last edited by spotUP on 06-Mar-2006 at 02:45 AM.


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@spotUP

Quote:

does anyone know of a nice command line tool that resizes png images?


ImageMagick on OS4Depot.

convert icon.png -resize 48x48 icon48.png

I`ve written a GUI to do resizing with ImageMagick, but it does not do batch converting at this time.

http://homepage.ntlworld.com/dave.nos/ImageMagick.png

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Thanx for the info on imagemagic. i will give it a spin.

wegster, the link in the news item doesn't work, it has some junk in the end.


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DaveN
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I`ve written a GUI to do resizing with ImageMagick, but it does not do batch converting at this time.

http://homepage.ntlworld.com/dave.nos/ImageMagick.png


That looks as if it could be useful too. Any chance of a release (date?)


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that worked well, thanks for the tip.
but the syntax was a bit odd, how do i get it to convert all files in the current dir, and just overwrite them?


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@spotUP
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wegster, the link in the news item doesn't work, it has some junk in the end.


Oops, should be fixed now


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The Screesnshot is Nice. Release it

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@spotUP

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how do i get it to convert all files in the current dir, and just overwrite them?


Use the mogrify command to batch resize:

mogrify -resize 48x48! *.png

will resize and overwrite all png files in the current dir.


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That looks as if it could be useful too. Any chance of a release (date?)


That depends, any chance of you betatesting it for me?

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Wicked, good work!

Rude!


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@spotUP

I can't wait to fix my A1 to give it a try ! I'm really looking forward to it !!!

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ahh... thanx for that little line. Crystal_Amiga_48x48 coming up lads!
err.. or 46x46 if i should follow the amigaos icon standard, might just do it for the heck of it.


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There, Crystal Icons 46x46 uploaded to the depot! Let's hope they pop up for download soon.


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A small bug was reported with the first release of the icons, if you had problems with dosdrivers after installing the first release, replace your current dosdrivers with the ones from the Upd4 cd-rom. I have uploaded a new version (1.1) of the 64x64 icons in the meantime. Sorry for this.


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Wow, you guys are working nicely together. Got that good old Amiga spirit.

I really appreciate the fruits of your co-operation.

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@Swoop

That depends, any chance of you betatesting it for me?


I would certainly like to try?


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