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Title:32Bit icon editor
Synopsis:
Implement a new icon editor capable of creating 32Bit icons.

Project members:
  Robert  
Status:Assigned
Priority:High      As prioritized by the OS4 development team
Category:workbench/tool
Description:Using the same overall functionality as the old icon editor. But fully 32Bit (24bit image, 8 bit alpha)


Some points:
    
Load any type of icon images using icon library.
Always storing icons as 32bit OS4 icons.
Editing both normal and selected image

- view for editing the alpha map as a greyscale 8 bit image in the gui

- 32 bit view where you can both paint using different tools as well as decrease/increase transparency for individual pixels.

- 24Bit view for editing the 24bit color map without the alpha map showing

- Apply selected image effects like: Darken, Transparency, Color tinting

- Loading images using datatypes to use as the icon images


Nice to have features
    
- Scaling the icon bitmaps

- Applying glow effects

- Antialiased line and elipse drawing (with alpha)

- Importing 32Bit brush images that you can brush paint with on you icon image

- Saving the normal and selected images separately so that you can import them into a paint program and later import it back into the icon editor.

- Convert other icon types to 32Bit, such as PNG icons to AmigaOS icons
    pngicon2amiga
Created by:orgin
Created at:20080717 17:07
Deadline:Not set
Finished at:Not finished
Last update:20100813 05:39
Assigned to:Robert

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