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Panic & the Iconfactory's venerable icon organization and customization app, CandyBar, is now free to use and enjoy.
New icon style from Corey Marion inspired by the BeOS icons from the 1990's. A bold, precise and modern new look.
Talos has put together a fantastic team of custom hard drives that are sure to make comic and movie fans smile.
2010 at the Iconfactory focused on Apple's new iPad, Frenzic coming of age, Astronut & of course plenty of icons.
All of the Iconfactory's freeware desktop pictures have now been updated to support Apple's high-res retina display.
A fantastic team of Apple TV inspired custom hard drives that are sure to make comic and movie fans smile.
PowerPC or Intel processor; Photoshop or Fireworks (CS3 or CS4.)
The Mac Finder has an unfortunate tendency to cache icons instead of updating them as it is supposed to.
Most likely you are looking at icons that were created for the Classic Mac OS, and are missing the newer, larger resources.
Older icon sets for Mac OS 9 can be found at our new file directory, but all future sets are OS X and Windows only.
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