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Does anybody know which icon editor is the best for Linux?
- transparent background
- allowing text input
- a range of sizes from 16 up to 64 or 256 px
- allowing to use photo for creating icons (not mandatory)
Asking all the people who've worked in this area,
tried to google, but get a lot of answers mostly for Windows, not for Linux...
It seems the most convenient way is to paint *.png 512x512 px picture, e.g. in gimp, then jump to Windows, launch icofx-2.5.exe and convert painting to desired icon.
But there is another problem - gimp 2.8.6 doesn't work with genius wizardpen(UC-logic tablet WP5540U)! Mypaint works, but gimp does not. OS- ubuntu 13.10.
Where is a fault?
Who can guess?