|Item||Type||Pixel Size||Form||Octet Size||url|
|Crystal GUZ 1.1||93 files||.ico,.icns,.png||16x16,32x32,48x48 pixels||.7z||363.87 Ko|
The original patterns were originaly drawn by Everaldo Coelho except the Amiga logo made by me. The file contains seventeen icons for archive or compressed files associated with UltimateZip and two bonus icons: one for the .sit format (for StuffIt Expander), and one for the .xpi format, used for some soft from the Mozilla family as Firefox. To use this icons, simply extract the archive in your soft icon folder (something like:
C:\Program Files\UltimateZip\icons) and rebuild your icon cache.
- Version 1
- Version 1.1 | December 30, 2007
- One year after an initial appearance online, but much longer after its original design, I propose today a final posting of one of my very first tinkering, with the addition of formats usable by other operating systems.
- Icons in .png format for Linux users
- Icons in .icns format for Macintosh users
- Files are now compressed using .7z
- Version 1.0 | December 30, 2006
For more than two years, I’ve used my own icons for the various formats of compressed files which can be catched on the net. They are however not completely my own icons: they actually are largely inspired by the excellent work made by a famous predecessor in this field. By using some layers, I could quickly make some things which are appropriate to me: from September 2004, these icons are installed in my computer. I thought that if I don’t weary, other people would use them too. As the original designer said,
these icon set is free for non commercial project. Just include the credits and a link to his site.