And we have some rules to set for this. The rule that say you should not have a name of your .png file for the .ions file name. So we will have an icon of the .png file for example as “image1.png” and have it at /home/mark/Desktop/icons folder. After we import the PNG image and name it as “image1.png”, we will then use a little code to convert that to myicon.png, and then it will be the icon for the .ion image. There will be some images. In my case, myimage1.png and myimage2.png. How to Convert PNG to IONS: Step by step Jan 29, 2023 — Converting PNG to IONS — An illustrated guide — Ask Ubuntu How to convert PNG to IONS — Online: convert .png to .ion — MyConv2 Convert icon to PNG in .iOS — AppleConvert How to convert PNG to IONS — Online How to convert PNG to IONS — Online using Image-to-Icon (ION) converter — Pilgrim Step by step, how to convert PNG to IONS Convert PNG image to IONS — Online with IONS Icon Converter — Pilgrim 1. Open Image Tool — Convert PNG to IONS (PNG→IONS). In Image Tool, the top left is a window icon that you can click to open the 'Convert PNG to IONS' window. 2. Set a Target Aspect Ratio (Target Aspect Ratio = Target Width x Target Height) It will take you to the PNG to PNG aspect ratios window. This is the Image Tool that we are going to open for PNG to IONS conversion. Click on the thumbnail in the window and click on 'Convert to IONS' to open the window. 3. Name and change the target aspect ratio. Enter a name to describe where your PNG image is going to be placed with a target aspect ratio. I changed this to 'Image 1' 4. Select the Target Aspect Ratio. In the window that opens, select the Target Aspect Ratio. As you can see, the Target Aspect Ratio is a bit small. The best practice would be to find a target aspect ratio that is big enough for your image but still fits the dimensions of an entire icon.