It will be nice if we can get the png version of those icons. Of course, the icons is stored somewhere inside your Mac OS X Leopard HD, it's like Mac HD ▸ Application ▸ ... ▸ Contents ▸ Resources.
But hey, it's time wasting. Why don't we just use IconGrabber, a freeware to extract out those icons into image?
It's surprisingly easy to use the the freeware. Put it as your Dock icon, drop your icon on top of the
IconGrabber and select several option then *bling* the image will appear in front of you.
All applications called up by Quicksilver have their own icons which are actually displayed in front of your eyes. Therefore, dragging the application object to
IconGrabber will always work while you want to convert it into image file.
And this is the power I got from
IconGrabber and of course,
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