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Nimble Folders

Desktop Folders replacement set

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Ive Drives

Drives modeled after the industrial design at Apple.

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Panda-Z

Iconic characters from the hit Anime series Panda-Z.

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TiSystem

A Titanium system replacement set for CandyBar.

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Macabre

The official spooky icon set of Halloween 2002!

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Yosemite X

Various Yosemite style desktop folder icons.

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Titanium Folders

Titanium folder icons for your Macintosh TiBook.

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Final Yosemite

More desktop folder icons in the Yosemite style.

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Yosemite Folders

A unique set of smooth desktop folder icons.

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Total Web Elements

Over 300 buttons, arrows & widget icons for the web.

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Kidcons

The original Kidcon classic desktop icon collection.

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Total Eclipse

Dark gray World of Copland style desktop folders.

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