Until now, IconJar archives could only be used on a Mac. Now you can read and create IconJar archives on Illustrator for Windows.
IconJar already supports Mac OS, but now you can open, edit, and export from directly within Adobe Illustrator on Mac or Windows.
IconJar Archive Format
Mason works right along side IconJar but no more opening a separate app. Now you can access IconJar\'s core features natively in Adobe Illustrator.
Drag-n-Drop from IconJar files, directly in Illustrator
With Mason, you can open IconJar files, search, and drag-n-drop the icons without ever leaving Illustrator. Mason is a native extension that runs in a palette so you can add it to your workflow seemlessly.
Import the Icons to Artboards
Mason allows you to import the icons from your IconJar to individual artboards* in your Illustrator file. This is useful for icon designers who need to edit all of their icons in one place.
Export to IconJar Format
Export your artboards to IconJar format, fully compatible with the IconJar desktop app. With Mason you can create, edit, and export IconJar files directly from Illustrator.
Search by File Name and Tags
Mason uses fuzzy search to find your icons by file name and tags so you don't need to match the file name or tags exactly. You can also configure the search to be as strict or flexible as you like.
Add, Edit, & Replace Icons
With Mason, you can easily add, edit, and replace individual icons in the IconJar file. Add icons from your file system or by selecting the icon in Illustrator.