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iPulse updated to 2.0.1

Our compact OS X monitoring tool, iPulse, has been updated to 2.0.1 for better compatibility with Panther.

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More Metal For Your Desktop

Corey Marion releases his TiSystem set for CandyBar, and the Iconfactory launches QuickPix, single, free icons for visitors.

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Announcing CandyBar v1.6 For Panther!

Panic and the Iconfactory announce the release of CandyBar version 1.6, qualified for use with Apple's Panther OS.

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Announcing Pixadex 1.2

Panic and the Iconfactory announce the immediate release of Pixadex 1.2, our icon organization utility for Mac OS X.


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World of Aqua: Rev 2 Drives

Hard drive icons with iPod and iBook influences.

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Wild West Vol. 2

Saddle up pardner, more icons from the 'ol west!

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