View Single Post
Old 07 October 2004, 10:30   #3
Interceptor
Registered User
Interceptor's Avatar
 
Join Date: May 2002
Location: Essex, UK
Posts: 409
okay sure, 2 installs;

first is stardust, the icon looks mostly red and black with bits of yellow and green as if it wants to use a specified palette, but the workbench ones (grey, cyan, black, white, red, yellow, green and blue) make it look wrong.

the next is overlander, which was one of yours, which again, looks to have the same 'problem'. (the icons arent garbled or anything) are they only supposed to be used with the 4 color workbench? or is there a 'whdload recommended palette' or something? or perhaps thats just how they are?

as for my workbench, it's just a standard install done with the normal disks, so if i need any little enhancements, it's pretty much a given that they arent installed.

i remember i used to make icons by dithering a picture into the workbench palette using adpro, they looked nice on a TV, but shite on a monitor

cheers

Last edited by Interceptor; 07 October 2004 at 13:44.
Interceptor is offline  
 
Page generated in 0.04552 seconds with 11 queries