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Artist Anthony Piraino expands the Litho universe once again with icons for Aperture, Time Machine and others.
Panic and The Iconfactory announce the release of Pixadex 2.0.2 which is now a Universal Binary for Intel Macs.
Mac OS X monitoring utility, iPulse, wins the 2006 Silver Toolbox Award from MacFixIt.com.
Panic and The Iconfactory announce a minor update to our popular icon organization utility, Pixadex.
Panic and The Iconfactory prepare to release an all new version of Pixadex to the public on October 26th, 2005.
The second installment of Refresh from Dave Brasgalla brings the beauty of cherry blossoms to your desktop.
A red iContainer is for use with CandyBar and has data for setting system icons. There are other differences as well.
Pixadex stores its icon library inside the Application Support Folder or in a custom location of your choosing.
Yes! You can easily customize where Pixadex stores its Icon Library by selecting Preferences from the Pixadex menu.
Create a copy the "Pixadex" folder that contains the icon library. This is usually located in Application Support.
No, Pixadex's Icon Library was not designed to be shared. Bad things may happen if you attempt to do so.
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