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Author Topic: Axialis IconWorkshop™ Lite Version 6.3.1.1  (Read 3021 times)

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Axialis IconWorkshop™ Lite Version 6.3.1.1
« on: January 23, 2009, 11:25:09 PM »
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Axialis IconWorkshop™ Lite Version 6.3.1.1

Notice -> Visual Studio® 2008 is required

100% Free for Visual Studio 2008 users...

http://www.axialis.c...download/iwlite.html

Please check out the feature comparison for full details on the differences on their website.

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Re: Axialis IconWorkshop™ Lite Version 6.3.1.1
« Reply #1 on: January 23, 2009, 11:35:40 PM »
Disclaimer: I am not affiliated with them.

Axialis IconWorkshop™ Lite Version 6.3.1.1

Notice -> Visual Studio® 2008 is required

100% Free for Visual Studio 2008 users...

http://www.axialis.c...download/iwlite.html

Please check out the feature comparison for full details on the differences on their website.




No need for warez anymore, yay!

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Re: Axialis IconWorkshop™ Lite Version 6.3.1.1
« Reply #2 on: January 24, 2009, 06:35:33 AM »
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Axialis IconWorkshop™ Lite installs ONLY if a Professional or Standard edition of Visual Studio® 2008 is present on your computer. Express, Trial or Older versions are not accepted.
So... not for me.

2scancode
No need for warez anymore, yay!
Why warez?

IcoFX or Greenfish Icon Editor Pro are good enough for creating icons. If someone has bigger needs than he can use Inkscape for most of the time (one of mentioned two only for final touch).

Personally, I was using Axialis few years ago (for a month) and got bad impression of bloated software. It might be good software but for me it is making to much mess in OS. I prefer smaller, free and portable software in many places.

PS. I've checked comparison chart for Lite version and Pro.

Few things are missing but free software has it built in:
  • Create Icons for Macintosh® up to OS-X Leopard
  • Create ICL Icon Libraries for easier management
  • Create 32-bit resource DLLs containing icons
  • Export Icon Images to PNG, JPEG 2000, GIF and Photoshop® PSD with Transparency

Only PSD might not be supported.
« Last Edit: January 24, 2009, 06:41:13 AM by fenixproductions »

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Re: Axialis IconWorkshop™ Lite Version 6.3.1.1
« Reply #3 on: January 24, 2009, 07:56:47 AM »
2scancode
No need for warez anymore, yay!
Why warez?

IcoFX or Greenfish Icon Editor Pro are good enough for creating icons. If someone has bigger needs than he can use Inkscape for most of the time (one of mentioned two only for final touch).

Personally, I was using Axialis few years ago (for a month) and got bad impression of bloated software. It might be good software but for me it is making to much mess in OS. I prefer smaller, free and portable software in many places.

Why warez? That drag'n'drop icon creator can't be beaten. I'm not an icon artist, and never will be.

I tried almost every icon editor under the sun, and I always ended up returning to Axialis.

Also, it CAN be installed without MSVS :) Requires a bit of mindwork tho.