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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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It's Tuesday Again! Announcing The G5 System

Dave Brasgalla has expanded his popular G5 Drive icon set to a full blown system replacement set for CandyBar.

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Tiger Extras

System replacement add-on icons for the Tiger OS.

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TiSystem

A Titanium system replacement set for CandyBar.

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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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Smoothicons 2

Smooth and flavorful folders Apple iMacs & more.

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