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Candybar 2.6 is available


Earlier today, The Iconfactory and Panic made Candybar version 2.6 available for download. I just love this app. With Candybar, you can easily (and safely) change your Mac's system icons, but it doesn't end there. Just drag any application onto the "App Extras" well and alter any of its associated icons. Put the icons you want in Mail's toolbar or iPhoto's edit window for example. Backups of your original icons are made, and restoring them is easy if things go wrong. Changes to version 2.6 include:

  • Added built-in support for up to Mac OS X 10.4.6
  • Application icons can now be changed in the App Extras tab
  • Applications tab now supports type-ahead for finding applications quicker
  • Fixed problem with iPods not appearing in the Volumes tab
  • Universal binary
There's much more, of course, and you can get the full run-down here. This is a free upgrade for registered users, and a single license will cost you $12.95US. Candybar requires Mac OS 10.3.9 or later.

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