Just found another method. I'm posting these replies, maybe somebody else have the same problem and will find the answer on this forum,... and also for the staff of Axialis.
Converting the icons to a 256-color format before doing the 24-bit bitmaps would help in removing the alpha-transparency.
However, I'm interesting in converting them automatically. Using the "Batch Create Windows Icons" option will resolve the things very nice but will not keep the naming of the files. Imagine what does that mean when you have many many icons.
An alternative would be using the "Batch Normalize Image Formats". This would do the trick to maintain the naming of the files (there is a "Write Option") but won't allow us to choose how we want the converting to be: with or without dithering for 256, 16 and mono icons. This is a very important option.
I guess I'll have to choose between two bads.
[size=85][ April 28, 2006, 05:39 AM: Message edited by: bogdan ][/size]