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Leopard iColorFolder skin

author alang

leopard_icolorfolder_skin_by_myssynen.jpg

Here’s mac leopard skin for iColorFolder. I was’nt find like this everywhere else, so i make my own. Made with photoshop and reshacker.

Installation:
1. Browse your icolorfolder installation directory (should be: Program Files\iColorFolder)
2. Extract folder inside rar-file and put it in the skin folder inside iColorFolder folder.
3. Launch the iColorFolder skin selector and enjoy

Original folder icon copyrighted by Apple Computers.

Author : Myssynen
Filesize : 722KB

Download [722KB]


3 Comments »

Comment by luminouslemon on 2008-01-09 14:05:12

nice skin for it. seems to be missing the icon for when you have several pictures or videos within a folder. on the mac osx skin that comes with icolorfolder installation you get a big square folder, but there doesnt seem to be an alternative in your leopard skin.

forgive me, i may be mixing this up with flyakite.

 
Comment by Myssynen on 2008-01-10 01:22:42

Hmmm… i checked that and there’s more when you press custom text in icolorfolder context menu, but i haven’t noticed that before, because every pack don’t contain these extra icons. I thinks it’s pretty useless because you can change folder icon easily when you right click folder, go preferences and select customize tab.

Tip: When you press change icon button, erase %SystemRoot%\system32\SHELL32.dll text from popup window and then it remember witch folder you have been last visited. (selected icon where yours leopard icons are, if you know what i mean)

You can get also extra leopard folders from here http://myssynen.deviantart.com/art/Leopard-extra-folder-icons-74123133

 
Comment by luminouslemon on 2008-01-10 11:47:51

its part of flyakite. my mistake :)

 
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