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on_icons_and_images [2011/04/05 05:27]
jus formatting
on_icons_and_images [2013/01/12 07:32] (current)
jus [mixxx/res/osx] - Update info on v1.11 HiRes icons
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 **application.icns** **application.icns**
   * Apple icon container for display in in Mixxx` *.app bundles for OS X.   * Apple icon container for display in in Mixxx` *.app bundles for OS X.
-  * A full set should contain 16×1632×32128×128,256×256 and 512×512 +  * A set of icons that consist of pairs of icons (standard and high resolution) for each icon size—16x1632x32128x128256x256, 512x512. 
-  * [[http://​developer.apple.com/​documentation/​UserExperience/​Conceptual/​AppleHIGuidelines/​XHIGIcons/XHIGIcons.html#//​apple_ref/​doc/​uid/​20000967-TPXREF115 ​| Apple Human Interface Guidelines]] ​+  * [[https://​developer.apple.com/​library/​mac/​documentation/​GraphicsAnimation/​Conceptual/​HighResolutionOSX/​Optimizing/​Optimizing.html|Optimizing for High Resolution]] 
 +  * [[https://​developer.apple.com/​library/​mac/#​documentation/​UserExperience/​Conceptual/​AppleHIGuidelines/​IconsImages/IconsImages.html#//​apple_ref/​doc/​uid/​20000967-TP6|Apple Human Interface Guidelines]]
  
 **VolumeIcon.icns** **VolumeIcon.icns**
   * Apple icon container for display in Mixxx` *.dmg images for OS X.    * Apple icon container for display in Mixxx` *.dmg images for OS X. 
-  * A full set should contain 16×1632×32128×128 ​( 128 is maximum size OS X desktop grid, enough for dmg`s)+  * A set of icons that consist of pairs of icons (standard and high resolution) for each icon size—16x1632x32128x128 ​( 128 is maximum size OS X desktop grid, enough for dmg`s)
  
 +The naming convention in the icon containers is: //​icon_<​sizeinpoints>​x<​sizeinpoints>​[@<​scale>​].png//​ where <//​sizeinpoints>//​ is the size of the icon in points, and //<​scale>//​ is //@2x// for the high-resolution version. (Don’t add a scale for standard resolution.) Additionally,​ the filename must use the //icon_// prefix.
 ==== mixxx/​res/​unused/​images ==== ==== mixxx/​res/​unused/​images ====
  
 holds all the unused files lurking for some reasons in //​mixxx/​res/​images/​ // until  holds all the unused files lurking for some reasons in //​mixxx/​res/​images/​ // until 
on_icons_and_images.txt · Last modified: 2013/01/12 07:32 by jus