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If your icons are grouped (i.e. each icon is a group separate from the rest), you can just select all icons and arrange them with the make grid command (arrange-->make grid ) there you can choose the numer of rows and columns and the spacing you want between icons. See a more detailed make grid example.


Well you could use a couple of shortcuts. 1) Select the object 2) Ctrl + L or Cmd + L for a new layer 3) Ctrl + X or Cmd + X to cut the object 4) Go to new layer, Ctrl + F or Cmd + F to paste in front. Or choose one of the other pasting methods. Not sure if there is a faster method for what you're trying to do.


Your arrow concept and what you plan to use it for seem appropriate. And from what I can see, I guess you don't have much room for icons anyway. Maybe what could help you is simply to use thicker and curved arrows to hide that effect you don't like. Below is a quick example: You might need to adjust the arrows to your preference and clarity when at small ...


In the limited experience I have with supplying icons for desktop apps, I was asked to submit *.ico files with multiple embedded resolution, from ldpi to xxxhdpi.


I believe it's the same size icon that is used in settings and all other notification popups. The dimensions for these icon are: (@3x= 87px x 87px) (@2x= 58px x 58px) (@1x= 29px x 29px) And as "Cai Morris" has stated above you can see these dimensions here under the file names (Icon-Small.png, Icon-Small@2x.png, Icon-Small@3x.png) You can also download ...


I can't find any reference to which exact size icon is used, but it looks a lot like of the smaller app icons. You can find info on the different app icons you can supply with an app on the apple developer library here and here. iOS should use the closest appropriate sized icon you supply, and if no smaller icon is available it will shrink the home screen ...

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