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wings_icon_layered.psd ====================== Master source with layers. wings_doc_macosx.psd ==================== 128 x 128 document icon for Mac OS X. (Icon for wings files.) Used to create: macosx/wings_doc.icns wings_doc_128.psd, wings_doc_256.psd ==================================== 128 x 128 and 256 x 256 document (file) icons for Windows. (Icon for wings files.) Used to create: win32/wings_doc.ico wings_icon_256.psd ================== 256 x 256 source for icon for the Desktop/Finder/Windows Explorer. Includes a shadow. Used to create: macosx/wings3d.icns win32/wings.ico wings_icon_small.psd ==================== Source for the 32 x 32 icon for Windows, used in the task switcher and in the upper lefter of the Wings window. This source file is used to generate two files: ebin/wings_icon_small.bmp ebin/wings_icon_small.wbm where the BMP file is the icon itself and the WBM file is a hard-edged mask. To recreate the ebin/wings_icon_small.bmp file: 1) Hide the top layer so that only the layer named "BMP" is visible. 2) Invoke the "File > Save As" command. 3) Choose file type "BMP". 4) Finish the export. To recreate the ebin/wings_icon_small.wbm file: 1) Make sure that the "WBM" layer is visible. 2) Duplicate the file (Image > Duplicate). 3) Flatten the image in the duplicated file (Layer -> Flatten Image). 4) Convert to grayscale mode (Image > Mode > Grayscale). 5) Convert to Bitmap (Image -> Mode -> Bitmap). 6) Export as WBM (File -> Save As, choose format WBM). wings_icon_big.psd ==================== Source for the 128 x 128 icon for Mac OS X, which is used in the Dock. This source file is used to generate the following two files: ebin/wings_icon_big.bmp ebin/wings_icon_big.wbm Follow the procedure given for the wings_icon_small.psd above.