Iconizer Pro 2.1.2
Iconizer Pro provides the means to construct a background picture from a group of icons to be placed in a folder.
It automatically generates a set of 32-bit full-color icons from any picture. They can be used as backgrounds for CDs, folders or other container windows.
In additon, IconizerPro creates preview pictures, blank or transparent icons, and more.
For more detailed information, including on updates, please read the documentation or visit the home page.
System requirements are: Macintosh or a Mac OS-compatible computer with a Power PC processor and a hard disk with at least 2MB free space. The monitor must be set to millions of colors, unless you cannot view 32-bit icons, including 32-bit icons of the Iconizer Pro application. The program requires at least 5MB of free RAM with Virtual Memory on, 6 Mb free with Virtual Memory off, for managing pictures as large as 300 icons (640x480 pixel).
QuickTime 4.0 or later, the fonts Times New Roman, Charcoal and Geneva that are included in the IconizerPro folder.
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