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The Windows version of the GOG release of MDK doesn't include the original icon, so I have provided it here, as extracted from the OS X release's .dmg archive.

 

MDK.ICO is the original.

MDK_256.ICO is the same as MDK.ICO, but integer-upscaled to 256x256 for use in Vista and newer.

MDK_TRN.ICO replaces the white parts of the original with transparency. It still is 4-bit (no alpha channel), but might look nicer on systems that don't support 32-bit icons.

MDK_TRN_256.ICO is the same as MDK_TRN.ICO, but integer-upscaled to 256x256 for use in Vista and newer.

MDK_HQ.ICO is a revamped version of MDK_TRN.ICO that uses proper 32-bit translucency for the grey pixels. The opacity values were determined based of RGB values of the pixels, so it will look identical on a pure white background.

MDK_HQ_256.ICO is the same as MDK_HQ.ICO, but integer-upscaled to 256x256 for use in Vista and newer. This fixes the issue where the translucency causes the icon to become much blurrier.

MDK_HQ.png is a .png version of MDK_HQ.ICO. This might be necessary for Steam.

 

Note that the versions with translucency will cause Kurt to be invisible if the deskop background is set to black or File Explorer is in dark mode. If this is an issue, use either MDK.ICO or MDK_256.ICO.


What's New in Version 1.02   See changelog

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  • Renamed MDK_256.ICO to MDK_TRN_256.ICO. Uploaded upscaled version of MDK.ICO.



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