A tool for creating icons, cursors and other pixelgraphic images.Greenfish Icon Editor Pro is an easy-to-use yet professional utility to create icons, cursors and other small pixelgraphic images. Layer support with advanced selection handling makes it a really professional and unique freeware tool for designing small pixelgraphic images. GFIE offers high-quality filters like Bevel, Drop Shadow and Glow; supports editing animated cursors and managing icon libraries.
A clean, customizable, multilanguage user interface makes it really easy to learn and use.
• Opening and saving in ICO, CUR, PNG, XPM, BMP and JPEG formats
• Creating icons up to 256x256 @ 32-bit
• Creating Vista(tm)-compatible, PNG compressed icons
• Sophisticated selecting tools like marquee, lasso and magic wand, as in a professional photo editor
• Creating and testing cursors
• Extracting icons and cursors from executable files
• Dynamic color depth: you do not have to specify it explicitly, Greenfish Icon Editor will determine it for you.
• Painting easily in 32-bit
• Drawing lots of kinds of gradients
• Lots of filters including Hue shift, Remove matte and Drop shadow
• Sample icons are included
What is new in version 3.0
• Improved: GFIE will be cross-platform in the near future
• Rearranged user interface: tabs instead of MDI windows
• Greatly improved: image processing speed
• Added feature: loading/saving Apple ICNS files
• Added feature: loading/saving JPEG 2000 files
• Added feature: loading/saving 16-bit executables and icon libraries
• Added feature: pressing Escape deselects all
• Added feature: rotating selection by an arbitrary angle
• Added feature: textboxes which expect numbers can now accept and calculate expressions, like 12*(128+10)
• Added feature: Wand/Bucket can be switched to non-contiguous mode
• Added feature: patterns for drawing
• Added feature: new blend modes: Hue, Hue Shift and Saturation
• Added feature: new menu items "Import pages" and "Export all pages"
• Fixed bug: XPM export sometimes wrote unescaped backslash () characters into output