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#1 Elliott

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Posted 03 April 2012 - 15:31

Layer Cake is an amazing new application by MacRabbit that lets you turn your PSD files into exported elements just by naming your layers.

Bye bye, “Save for Web/Devices”. To turn PSD elements into images for your website or app, simply flatten, select, copy, make a new document, paste, save; or hide others, measure, crop, save, undo name your layer groups once and let Layer Cake do its magic. Designers and Developers, rejoice!


Layer Cake is $19.99 for a limited time on the App Store (and worth every penny IMO).

Website: http://macrabbit.com/layercake/
App Store: http://itunes.apple....512533449?mt=12


#2 .Neo

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Posted 03 April 2012 - 20:10

Could you post the app icon .icns file here? :p

#3 OP Elliott

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Posted 04 April 2012 - 14:26

Could you post the app icon .icns file here? :p


Sure.

Edit: Well, apparently Neowin didn't like that ICNS, so... http://cl.ly/1R200n3Y1X2F2m2x1J0I

#4 .Neo

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Posted 04 April 2012 - 15:19

Yum! Thanks for the dessert Elliott!

OS X still has the most amazing system and app icons of any platform. Even today most Windows developers just don't seem to give a ****. :p

#5 -KJ

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Posted 06 April 2012 - 05:44

Looks good, but it needs two things before I'd buy it:

- Hierarchy support (simply append .fldr or .dir to group name for it to create a folder before drilling down into that group)
- Compression (something they are working on)

#6 +Quillz

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Posted 09 April 2012 - 21:01

Is there something similar that could work with Illustrator?

#7 Jan

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Posted 09 April 2012 - 21:05

Yum! Thanks for the dessert Elliott!

OS X still has the most amazing system and app icons of any platform. Even today most Windows developers just don't seem to give a ****. :p


It's sad but true :( The design of the app and icon look gorgeous :o

#8 simrat

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Posted 09 April 2012 - 21:12

Yum! Thanks for the dessert Elliott!

OS X still has the most amazing system and app icons of any platform. Even today most Windows developers just don't seem to give a ****. :p


True, i use windows everytime but i gotta say OSX apps and icons are beautiful, it is one of the those things which forces me to boot into my hackintosh.

#9 Mark

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Posted 09 April 2012 - 21:19

True, i use windows everytime but i gotta say OSX apps and icons are beautiful, it is one of the those things which forces me to boots into my hackintosh.


Here here, I might have just bought a 2006 white macbook that's gone manky grey/yellow and I can only run Snow Leopard but I'm over the moon that I have so many apps open to me that are put together so well, that I don't care, it's great!

#10 .Neo

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Posted 09 April 2012 - 21:26

It's sad but true :( The design of the app and icon look gorgeous :o

Starting Windows 8 people can enjoy flat black/white icons again, in case they missed the 80s.

:rofl:



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