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Will it be updated soon I hope??

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The last version they wrote an IconData update for was 10.8.3, though most things still worked through 10.8.5. I would doubt there will ever be anymore updates provided at least in its current form. Sad, I loved that program.

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They could've been decent about it and released the source code. Quite a lot of people like the app, and unless they have some proprietary technology that could compromise their currently supported software, I don't see why not ...

 

(Oh, and Panic, come on! Do something interesting to Coda already. Integrate functionality similar to CodeKit and Hammer, perhaps.)

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well that sucks, I really hate the default trash icon!

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yea i have been looking for a good program also. Why does apple need to lock down changing a icon!!!

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I changed all of my icons to a more ios7 feel this morning. Just find the icon you want, hit get info then Command + C. Right click on the app you are wanting to change the icon on, go to get info and click on the icon in the top left corner of the get info box. It should have a blue glow to show that it is highlighted. Command + V and volia, Icon changed.

 

Now I will be honest, it did take me over an hour to change all of my icons. I was able to change, trash, calendar, and the finder icon as well. Those three take a little more time ,but are fairly straightforward as well. Just do a google search and the directions are easily found.

 

I liked candybar as well, a lot less time consuming.

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Doing it manually is so time consuming! 

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Let's just hope they update it! I would pay $4.99 for it on the app store if it meant regular updates

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well that sucks, I really hate the default trash icon!

 

It's just an icon...

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yes, but I dislike it, and want to change it to my neater icon.

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You could try Iconbox

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well, guess we'll have to wait for a decent program which could take months... sucks

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To get CandyBar working in Mavericks:
 
  1. Go into a terminal and enter this command:

    sudo nano /System/Library/CoreServices/SystemVersion.plist
  2. Then change the two entries denoting the Mavericks version number
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To get CandyBar working in Mavericks:
 
  1. Go into a terminal and enter this command:

    sudo nano /System/Library/CoreServices/SystemVersion.plist
  2. Then change the two entries denoting the Mavericks version number
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If you guys do the trick above. Don't forget to restart the system once you change back to 10.9. Otherwise, some app or sysprefs will tell you that you don't have the proper version even after the change.

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You could try a little app called LiteIcon. It is currently in Beta, but worked for me.

 

you can find it here: http://alternativeto.net/software/liteicon/  (Look at the top when the page loads).

 

In regards to changing each icon individually as mr_han_solo recommends -- this is of little use when you have certain system folders or drives that won't allow you to change their icon. For example, I have a bootcamp partition with Windows XP on it. Under OS 10.9 (and previous) the hard drive icon is the ugly barebones one. You can't change the icon no matter how many times you paste a new one on it. CandyBar was the perfect remedy. 

 

Now... apparently we are not left in the dark. I was very pleased to find LiteIcon. Hope this helps those in the same boat as myself :-)

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