What is an Image Strip?
If you're a developper, you probably use toolbars in your applications. Each command in a toolbars is represented by a button containing an icon. When you create your toolbar, in addition to creating the buttons, you must populate it with the images you want to associate with each button. This is done through Image Lists objects (read more about Image Lists). First you must create and populate an Image List, then associate it to the toolbar. Note that modern UI SDKs and developement libraries such as MFC permit associating the images directly to the toolbars. The Images Lists are created in background, so you don't have to deal with this.
Once the image strip is created and implemented in your software project here is the result that you get:
How image strips are handled by IconWorkshop?
When done, just save the document. All the images are assembled together to remake the image strip. File formats for image strips are BMP and PNG.
How transparency in image strips is handled by IconWorkshop?
When you save the strip image, the original color is applied back in the image. Note that during the edition, you can change the transparent color of the strip image.
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