How to change image sizes

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  1. Plantguy7

    Plantguy7 New Member

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    I'm new to making themes and was wondering how you change the images into the size you need for apps, 60x60 i believe. I have photoshop if that's of any relevance.
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    u could use irfanview (google it for a download link) and then just resize them with the resize tool.
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    I downloaded and tried it, but it won't let the image be exactly 60x60, whenever I set it to that, it changes it to 55x60 or 60x65? Any idea what's wrong?
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    You can just scale it in Photoshop (use the help bar if you don't know how), or download imagicon and use that cuz it's simpler.
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    Downloaded imagicon and it only lets you do 32x32 or 64x64...Guess I'll try out photoshop next
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    turn off preserve aspect ratio
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    I looked through all the options and I don't see that option? Are you talking about imagicon?
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    No, in Photoshop with the image open go to Image>Image Size... and a dialog box will pop up. Uncheck the "Constrain Proportions" option in the bottom left, then typ 60 in each box and hit okay.
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    It worked, thanks a lot!
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