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Anders Broman <a.broman@...> writes:
> Does any one know how to convert the current .png file to a xpm
I don't know how this tool compares to others, but here's one free tool to do it:
As a quick test, I downloaded it, and tested it out on my Windows XP PC. It
seems to do the job well enough.
In my test, I just ran "convert hi48-app-wireshark.png hi48-app-wireshark.xpm"
with no other options at the command-line, and it successfully converted the
.png image to .xpm. With a cygwin X11 server running, I used their "display"
GUI (which seems a bit hokey, esp. w/dual monitors) to view the resulting .xpm.
In addition to Windows, they have support for Unix and Mac OS X as well.
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