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IconPainter is a cross-platform Java image editor for creating and
manipulating small as well as larger images. Features include:
- Runs on Windows, Linux, Mac, Solaris and OS/2
- Images of any dimension in true color
- Transparent overlays, color gradient shading and automatic antialiasing
- Drawing can be done directly on the image or on a pixel grid
- Predefined shapes including circle, ellipse, rectangle, triangle plus user defined polygons with any number of
vertices as well as quadratic and cubic curve drawing
- Text of any size and in any installed Java 2 font
- Rotation, shifting, flipping with undo/redo and floodfill
- Reflections and tiles can be easily created
- External images can be cut and pasted in
- Reads and writes PNG, ICO, CUR, BMP, ANI, JPEG plus GIF (non-LZW) and TIFF
- Full support for the Unix XPM format with XPM color choosing by XPM name or from a special XPM palette
- Full support for the Mobile Phone WAP WBMP format
- Filters to buttonize, gray-out, lighten, darken and others including custom convolves.
- Polygon shapes can be predefined and drawn as needed
- Shapes can be filled with a texture instead of color
- Allows screen capture and then cutting, editing and saving from the captured image
- User manual integrated into the product
Links for IconPainter are:
To run IconPainter you will need to install Java 2
which is a free download
for Windows, Linux and Solaris.
To start IconPainter after Java 2 is installed and the
product is downloaded and unzipped, Windows users should just double click the "IconPainter.jar"
file to start the application.
IconPainter and WBMP
WBMP is a new image format used for images on mobile phones. IconPainter codes and decodes this format
according to the WAP specification. IconPainter can also be used to perform conversion between
WBMP and the other formats it supports such as GIF.
Try before you buy
The shareware version of IconPainter has full functionality except for the fact that two crossed lines are
drawn across saved images until the software is registered.