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PC Magazine volume 10, number 6 - utilities.
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Contents of the IKE.DOC file


Marc Adler March 28, 1991 (Utilities)

Purpose: An icon editor that every Windows 3.0 devotee can use either to
create icons from scratch or to read in icon files for editing. The average
icon is 32-by-32 pixels and contains 16 colors, so this is the format for
which IKE is designed. In use, IKE displays two separate viewing areas: an
actual-size display of the image being edited, and a larger editing window
that contains a magnified view of the icon. IKE provides you with a variety
of drawing tools and lets you work with a palette of 16 available colors.

Format: WIN IKE [filename]

Remarks: This is where the optional filename is the name of an existing
icon file. Alternatively, you can start IKE from the Windows Program Manager
by double-clicking the mouse on IKE's own icon. If you do not initially
supply an icon filename you can still select an existing icon file for editing
with the File/Open menu choice. To create a new icon, simply start drawing in
the edit window.
The toolbox palette at the bottom of the display lets you click-select
from among 8 different drawing tools. The pencil tool lets you draw an
individual pixel, and the line drawing tool produces one-pixel lines. The
hollow and filled-rectangle drawing tools and their ellipse counterparts let
you work with a variable-width brush. The fill tool lets you flood an enclosed
area of your icon with a selected color; and the net lets you capture and copy
a portion of your image and paste it elsewhere, using the Edit/Copy and
Edit/Paste menu choices. You can pick any of 16 colors from the color palette
at the bottom of the screen. Your current tool and color choices are
highlighted with a black border around their buttons.
After you finish editing an icon you must save it to an icon file.
Choose the File/Save or File/SaveAs menu item, and enter a filename for the
icon if requested.
To associate an icon with a program in the Program Manager, you choose
the File/Properties menu item from within the Program Manager. Click on the
"Change Icon..." button and enter the full path name of the icon you want to
associate with that program. Then click on the OK button, click OK again in
the Properties box, and you're all set. The new icon will then be associated
with that program whenever the Program Manager starts up.

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