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Iconizer is a nice little freeware icon utility that allows you to instantly turn a picture you have in the clipboard into a folder of icons, all perfectly aligned as if it was the image in background of the folder window. All individual 32x32 icon is a folder, properly named with space characters so that it looks like items have no name.
Iconizer is one of the icon tools I played with a lot in the mid 90's. It allowed for so much punch when you opened a folder and it's so simple/quick to use too!
Iconizer.sit (16.38 KiB / 16.77 KB)
Iconizer / compressed w/ Stuffit
At least 1MB of free RAM
Mac OS 7.x
Note: Before launching Iconizer, you must have a picture copied in the Mac OS clipboard (as if you'd copy/paste a picture)
Warning: Iconizer freezes under Mac OS 9. The best is to use it with System 7 under Basilisk II, it works perfectly fine.
Emulating this? It should run fine under: Basilisk II