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The Return of the Smooth

Smoothicons 13 packs the latest Apple hardware and new app replacements including Photoshop and Twitterrific.

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Another Reason to Love Pixadex

The workers have been going ga-ga over Pixadex's new ability to set iChat buddy icons quickly and easily.

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The Iconfactory Assumes Technical Support for iControl

The Iconfactory has assumes technical support for our OS 9 classic software applications iControl and IconBrowser.

Freeware

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Space: 1999

Icons from the classic sci-fi television series of the 70's.

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Kill Bill

Icons from the Quentin Tarantino classic - Kill Bill.

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IF 200th Set

The Iconfactory's 200th freeware icon collection.

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World of Aqua: Rev 2 Folders

Elegant World of Aqua folder icons for your desktop.

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Frosty The Snowman

Icons from the classic children's holiday cartoon.

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Can IconBuilder for Windows save out 95/98/NT icons?

Yes, IconBuilder for Windows handles the older, traditional .ico icon formats just as quickly and easily as modern ones.

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Will iPulse work with Mac OS 9?

No, iPulse is a Cocoa application that is specifically designed to function in tandem only with Apple's Mac OS X.

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Why do my Mac icons look blurry in the Finder?

Most likely you are looking at icons that were created for the Classic Mac OS, and are missing the newer, larger resources.

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What is the importance of IconBuilder's Verify panel?

The verify panel allows you to quickly check if your icon has extra or missing resources for the target platform and OS.

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Can I make custom disk icons for Mac OS 9 and OS X?

During the transition from Mac OS 9 to OS X, the way custom icons are stored on disks changed. Read on for more.

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