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Any To Icon 3.51 Serial Key
The older icons in my list show as just the icon, while newer icons I've dragged into the list show as an icon in a square white field (very visible when the items column is selected). The latter is quite ugly compared to the former. Also, I could have sworn that 1P used to automatically fill in the icon just by typing the name in a new license entry, but that doesn't work either.
Can you tell me if you are talking about custom icons or Rich Icons? The difference being that a Rich Icon is a Software License or Login item that automatically got its icon from either the App name (as you mentioned for Software Licenses) or the URL (for Logins). And a custom icon being defined as a specific image that you put on the item by either dragging or double-clicking the image box.
If it's Rich Icons that you're talking about, it's possible that you have some icons cached to disk that are indeed a bit old, and aren't in the format we save them now. I'd recommend you try going to Preferences > General > Use Rich Icons and turn it off and then on again. This should remove all your cached images for Rich Icons and re-download and save them in the new way.
If it's a custom icon that you are talking about, you are sort of stuck with however it was saved at the time. So however that version of 1Password (on whatever platform) determined how to save the icon. So you might have to re-save those custom icon images that are giving you grief.
It's a custom icon as you define it. Resaving would defeat the purpose, since the older icons are the "good" ones and the newer ones are the "bad" ones. 1Password's new-ish behavior to add a stark white field around the icon where it didn't before is the issue. It's not functionally deficient but it is aesthetically displeasing. So far as I can tell 1Password doesn't get icons from an app name anymore, making a new License entry and typing the app name doesn't seem to do anything. You need to manually drag the app over to get the icon.
I've been trying to reproduce the icon issue you described, but so far it's working correctly for me - no matter how I create a Software License item and add an icon, I don't see the white border you mentioned. So I'm not quite sure why that's happening for you, but we'll figure this out one way or another.
Can you please list the exact steps you're taking to create a Software License item and add an icon? There are a few different ways to do that, so I want to be sure I'm doing the same thing you are. For example, here's one way I tried this:
In each case, the icon looks fine to me. Can you let me know the exact steps you take, and if they're different from any of the methods I described above? Also, are you dragging .app files into the icon field of the item, or a different image file? Are you seeing the white border in the list of items in 1Password, or in the item details?
It's not a white border it's a white field. The icon is embedded in a white field. It is only visible when the License entry is selected so that the blue selection bar is showing. I'll try your suggestions when I get home tonight.
"If it's Rich Icons that you're talking about, it's possible that you have some icons cached to disk that are indeed a bit old, and aren't in the format we save them now. I'd recommend you try going to Preferences > General > Use Rich Icons and turn it off and then on again. This should remove all your cached images for Rich Icons and re-download and save them in the new way."
in 1P8 (MAC) The iCON menu gives four options: Defaults, Recents, Camera, and Other. If Other is selected Finder pops up as though 1P8 is looking for an icon, or a package of icons. Are icons licenses available? At $50 a pop for 1P8 I would think they would be included.
Method 1 and Method 2 both produce the same result: an icon in a white field (not border) in item list column after saving. This is not normally visible because the default background color is also white. You have to select the item triggering the horizontal blue bar to see the field.
Method 3 doesn't have the white field, but the icons it produces aren't the icons being displayed in Finder. In the case of AppDelete and Arq, 1P is showing an icon from an older version of the app, with a smaller than usual size, as if it's getting the icons from some database somewhere rather than using the actual Finder icon.
You should not have to set a custom icon for this case for it to work on Mac. Essentially if you have ARQ in your Applications folder and you create a software license for ARQ, it should automatically find the app and create the icon for you. So you might want to remove your custom icon from your ARQ item and see if it resolves to the application icon properly.
I'm not sure what you are saying here. 1P8? 1Password is currently version 6, and there are no extra costs for "icons" so no worries there :chuffed:. I'm not trying to make any sale here, just troubleshooting Randian's issue.
As for what I mean by download, the Rich Icons feature is a service that downloads icons for relevant websites/software. You have a bunch of cached images in your version of 1Password but it's possible to have it be somehow broken or old. So disabling Rich Icons deletes those files and so it would have to re-download them for your items.
Just to clarify something: If you drag an app to the icon field of a Software License item while it's in Edit mode, that's considered a custom icon (or at least that's what we mean when we say that). Any Software License items that have custom icons will still show the custom icons when you disable the Rich Icons setting.
That explains why I get the old (image of wooden boat) rather than the new (image of a shield) Arq icon when I drag them to the Dock. Your image server must be out of date. I get the old AppDelete icon too.
@randian, it's certainly possible that we need to update those icons on our image server, and I can let someone here know about that. Just to be sure, can you confirm that you tried disabling & re-enabling the Rich Icons setting in 1Password? That will make sure those icons are refreshed with the latest from our server. You can find the 'Show Rich Icons' setting in the View menu of the 1Password app. Select it once to disable it (assuming it's currently enabled, of course), then select it again to re-enable it.
For custom icons, we try multiple times at multiple qualities to try and get your icon to a size that will fit into an item. However, if we can't make it into a size that is acceptable, it's possible we'd finally try and make it into a jpeg which would not have an alpha channel which means you'd get a white box.
@randian, you previously said the icon doesn't automatically appear if you type the name of the app in the new Software License item and save it, but it seems to be working fine for me, so I wonder if you could try a quick test to see what happens:
Arq picks up the Rich Icon (which I previously mentioned was old). If I use an app that doesn't appear to have a Rich Icon, like XLD, 1P doesn't get an icon at all as if it didn't search for the app icon when it couldn't find the Rich Icon. Note that I have XLD in /Applications not /Applications.
So I've done a bit of testing too and I do see some odd behaviour. I had to turn Rich Icons off and on again when trying to get the current Arq icon to appear. I don't know why this should have an effect, merely that it did. Before doing so I either ended up with the old icon or you could add the current icon as a custom icon with the issues already covered. Now though every attempt to add a new licence titled Arq picks up the current icon based on the application in my /Applications/ folder.
I would need to ask a developer for confirmation but as far as I can see we don't check the /Applications/ folder as like yourself I found it wouldn't pick up the XLD icon if the application wasn't in the OS X system /Applications/. So there is some odd behaviour to investigate. There are issues in storing applications in the user Applications folder though. For example 1Password cannot run from this location due to sandboxing issues. We expect Apple are tightening things in a bid to make OS X more secure. I'm not saying some applications can't still be run from there but there are most definitely services an application might use that could stop it from running anywhere but the /Applications/ folder. That's an aside though. There's the question of why turning Rich Icons off and on again would suddenly favour the icon for the Arq application over the server held one and how we search for icons.
I've opened a request for Software License items to automatically pick up icons from application bundles in the user /Applications folder (if possible), similar to how they currently do from those in the system /Applications folder. These aren't custom icons actually being added to items so there's no syncing of them between devices. They essentially behave like Rich Icons, just found locally in app bundles instead of remotely on an icon server.
Could keeping your non-MAS applications under a subfolder of /Applications instead of under /Applications be an alternative that allows Software License items for them to find icons from their app bundles and retains the ease of backup? That's probably the most effective workaround, unless you'd rather add custom icons to the items in question.
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