Not only extract icons from files[exe,dll,BMP,...], but also can create icons from empty or edit the exist icon file or from icons list of extracted. while extracting, it can from one file, or from a whole folder[include or not subdir]. if extract from BMP file, it need to set size of icon and transparent[backgrand] color. The icons list is shown with pages, and can selected one to save or edit.
* Others of extract, it can create icons from screen or clipboard(with image in it). Without DO extract, it can PREVIEW icons in pages.
* The edit function:icon's image is expanded, and can draw dot[or replace same color with draw color], can transparent it[or transparent all the same color]. Can output icon's image to clipboard or save it as BMP file. Or save icon's image to memory, and then paste it to others[or self] icons. * Can get color from screen. * uuGetIcon is Multilanguage. Now with English (United States), Japanese (Japan), Chinese (PRC), Chinese (Taiwan). Also you can add others language(need download source of uuGetIcon and modify lang.ini file and put it to directory of Lang\ of uuGetIcon). * uuGetIcon is released with source code(for uuGetIcon is used of framework of ccProc,and with no plan on provide source of ccProc, so I'm sorry that you can't compile it).
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