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Panic & the Iconfactory's venerable icon organization and customization app, CandyBar, is now free to use and enjoy.
David Lanham brings some of the most pop-culture's most beloved heroes and villains to your desktop to duke it out.
The Somatic treasure trove is replenished with fun new application icons from Iconfactory artist David Lanham.
Now you can bring the iconic glyphs from Ramp Champ to your desktop as a set of cool Flurry icons from Louie Mantia.
Artist Dave Brasgalla introduces a new take on his popular Refresh line of folder icons for Apple's Snow Leopard OS.
Popular heroes and villains ready to duke it out on your desktop!
Steampunk inspired hard drive replacement icons and wallpapers
Additional folders and creature icons in the Somatic style.
Flurry icons for the twelve ramps from the iPhone game "Ramp Champ".
Yes! Panic and the Iconfactory have created CandyBar, an app that makes customizing the Trash Can icon easy.
A red iContainer is for use with CandyBar and has data for setting system icons. There are other differences as well.
There are several ways to export icons from Pixadex including drag and drop, exporting iContainers and more.
Yes, open both programs and simply drag and drop icons from Pixadex to the appropriate well in CandyBar.
Yes, many of the default toolbar icons in Mac OS X can be customized using the Iconfactory and Panic's CandyBar app.
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