Am doing a bit more work on my Q-Dock software this weekend. The Sprites Viewer is more or less complete now (still being tested) as you’ll see in the screen dump below. This has a tiled view mode for QL sprite files to be used as icons and docks.
Q-Dock is now usable as a program, but lacks full configuration, something I hope to put right this weekend.
Hundreds (well, over 4,000 to be exact) of 32×32 PD icons have been converted for use as Q-Dock icons – these will be available free of charge from my website when Q-Dock is finally launched, as they can be used with any QL software able to use GD2 sprites. I’ve made dozens and dozens of docks for use with Q-Dock – as it is a graphical system I wanted good looking docks and icons to be available for it from the off, even though it’s quite easy to make your own if you follow the documentation supplied – basically, the icons are 32×32 GD2 QL sprites (any mode except mode 8), while the docks are simply 512 pixel wide GD2 sprites, up to 80 pixels high.