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Yeah, Scratch That

Our previous report that none of the workers have hacked their iPhones has now gone out the window. Thanks Craig!

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No Guts, No iGlory!

Modding your iPhone can be dangerous, but for those willing to take the risk, the rewards may be well worth it.

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Trash Talk

Anthony Piraino releases a set of fun trash can replacement icons for use with CandyBar - Garbage In, Garbage Out.

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Echelon 8.5

Dark modern looking system replacement icon set.

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Final Yosemite

More desktop folder icons in the Yosemite style.

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Red Tab System

A simple and Swiss style system replacement set.

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iMacOS

Classic system replacement set based on the iMac.

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Wave OS

A simple and clean classic system replacement set.

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How do I turn individual tools on and off in xScope?

There are three ways to turn xScope's tools on and off. Via the floating toolbar, the main menu bar or command-keys.

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