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Two Treats In One

Iconfactory artist Talos Tsui announces the release of his latest freeware icon collection for CandyBar - ClearBlack.

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Update for CandyBar to 2.6.1

Panic and The Iconfactory release a small maintenance release for CandyBar to fix a bug with reverting dock icons.

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Announcing Universal Binary Support for CandyBar

Panic and The Iconfactory announce the release of CandyBar 2.6 with Universal binary support.

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Go Ahead, Open The Cage!

Panic and The Iconfactory announce an update to our popular system replacement utility, CandyBar, for Tiger.

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CandyBar Auto-Updated

Users of CandyBar 2.x can simply launch it to auto-update the application for use with Mac OS X 10.3.9.

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ClearBlack

Two unique monochromatic system replacement sets.

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Kidcon Alpine OS

A cool, Nordic system replacement icon set.

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iBook OS

Classic system replacement icon set for the iBook.

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Photonic Hardware

Additional classic hardware icons in Photonica style.

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