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Icon which does not occupy the full frame

Naishadh Parmar
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Joined: Jun 02, 2011
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On the Android site in Icon Guidelines it states:
Icons should make use of the alpha channel, and should not simply be full-frame images. Where appropriate, distinguish your icon with subtle yet appealing visual treatment.
How do I achieve this in Paint
Steve Luke
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If you mean MS Paint, then you can't. You will need to us an application that understands transparency, which Paint does not. Something like Gimp (free).


Steve
 
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