While I’m (slowly) continuing to convert RandFill from Win32 to Qt, I’ve added the icon of the logo to the main window and the executable today.
But since that is a simple image that I made with MS Paint quite a while ago and because I am not an graphics artist, it looks as ugly as it does; sorry 😝
Even worse: Up until now, the original image was available only as a 32x32 pixel bitmap.
And that looks really bad in a time of Retina-/HiDPI-/4k displays.
So I vectorized the old icon (thanks to Inkspace) and tried to tweak the SVG image a bit (as I said: not an artist).
Then saved it as PNG files in several common resolutions (16, 24, 32, 48, 128, 256) and combined those to a single multi-page ICO file (thanks to IcoFX v1.6.4-portable).
Scaling up (or down) is now no problem any longer, after converting the original image to the vector format.
Here’s the original logo:
And here’s a 128x128 pixel version, exported from the new vector format: