How does one batch resize icons?

Discussion in 'iOS Themes and Customization' started by dodgy, Jun 8, 2009.

  1. dodgy

    dodgy Member

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    Hi, there's a few themes out there that I really like, however, they are 60x60 in size.

    I like have the five icon row and it looks a bit crowded when the icons are that big.

    Was just wondering is there a way to resize the icons to a smaller size? (E.g Pump, Abeo etc.)

    Thanks

    -iPhone8GB
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    limisopop New Member

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    Make an app overlay and app mask.
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    Whoah!

    I have no idea how to use any photo editing program. So you're either going to have to tell me how, or do it for me

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    I don't know how to do it either. You can just use the same app overlays as they did in abeo, pump, matte nano. See which ones you like
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    um i usually just experiment until i get it right, i think you do something along the lines of

    -first record an action of you resizing an icon from the original to the new size
    -go to file->automate->batch and check all the settings and output folders so they seem right
    -hit go

    it should work

    if not, check the settings some more and just try stuff
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    I have no idea what you're talking about, lol. What program am I supposed to be doing this with? The only photo editing software I have on my PC is GIMP. And I am below amateur with it

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