• Supported file types are PNG,JPG,JPEG,BMP,TIF,TIFF and GIF. • Drag & drop, files, folders or both. • Command-line support. • Optional shell context menu integration. • Update-able. • Portable. • Supported Windows OS: XP, Vista, 7 and 8.
• Direct download links: db.tt/UhUWAs1Pwww.cubby.com/pl/x2ico.exe/_36… • All my applications are packed and might get false-positive flag. • For bugs and suggestion send me an e-mail, can be found in the help file. • Free to use.
First of all, great app!!! I've been using it a lot but I realized today that no longer works. I mean, when I drop one single .png image, I get an error message saying that was impossible to convert. Specifically: acces denied. Then I run the app like admin but with no effect, because when I drop files nothing happens. Which may be the problem? (W7, 64 bits)
I do have one request tho, When I input a 96x96 sized icon and I only have 256x256 ticked, it's not outputting anything at all, would be great if the automated method would just make the .ico with the max size possible from the input or have a switch that will auto scale it if you'd prefer.
Thanks heaps for thinking of the many uses this could have and making silent methods and output to source folder etc etc, great work!
Let me know if you add a fix for the sizing via a PM or I'll just check back here for updates from time to time with hopefulness
Strange, this version is much better, I rewrote much of the code. I need more info in order to help you: -Is it placed on a read-only drive/folder? -Did you change the output folder? Look it up on the settings tab. -How about shell context menu? Does that work for you? -Operating system and is it 32 or 64 bit?
The only bug I know exists for sure is converting non-squared images, its already fixed on my side, I only need to upload it. But since I'm moving away from Google code it will take a couple of days.
If you drop an image that doesn't have height equal to width and this option is enabled it will then be squared, example: 100 x 128 = 128 x 128 200 x 256 = 256 x 256 Otherwise it will just be converted without squaring.