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    Default creating icons w/ rounded edges
    im trying to create my own icons, but im stuck on how to make them look like normal iphone icons with rounded edges. when i resize mine, they are just squared. can someone help? TIA

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    Well if you are using photoshop, I would hazard to guess you may not be saving it in the correct format. Try "save for web," pick "png 24," and make sure your transparency is checked on.

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    i was using paint.net but i will try photoshop. are you talking about the newest photoshop? CS3?

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    If you're using PhotoShop, then use this PSD.

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    thanks, but what is that? im fairly new to photoshop, so please bare with me.

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    I use paint.net. Can you post an example of what you're doing?

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    shuckafree: Its a PhotoShop Document (PSD)...download it and then open it from PhotoShop..you'll see what I mean.

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    I opened the psd file with photoshop but I dont know how to edit it to get the icon i want. ANy help?

    I opened the psd file but I dont know how to edit it to get the icon I want. Any Help?
    Last edited by studguy; 02-07-2008 at 11:54 AM. Reason: Automerged Doublepost

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    You can also open the PSD in Paint.net if you add the PSD filter to Paint.net.
    http://frankblumenberg.de/doku/doku....tnet:psdplugin

    Once you open the PSD, there are a variety of layers that can be enabled or disabled to change colors. Turn off the background layer for a transparent background.

    The top three layers represent the content of the icon; create a new layer on the top, draw your content there, and pick an existing color layer or create a new color layer (or hue change an existing layer) to get a colored background.

    Nice PSD. btw.
    Last edited by NetMage; 02-08-2008 at 01:24 AM.
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