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Hycons MacOS X port by gomezhyuuga Hycons MacOS X port by gomezhyuuga
So.. because recently I bought a new computer (iMac 27") I had to sell my laptop. Now I can't use Linux and KDE (lol #FAIL xD) :-( so I was trying to port the Hycons iconset to Mac OS X and this is what I got.

It doesn't fit well to the 64 and 22 sizes (if anyone knows how to "apply" a specific icon to that sizes please tell me D: ) and some icons are missing to apply (like mimetypes, again I don't know how to make that). Also I need to make new icons for dropbox folder, public, web, library, etc.. I try to make them but I really don't understand how to use Illustrator u_u (I<3 Inkscape).

If anyone want to help providing feedback, here is the .icontainer [link]
To use the icons just open the file with CandyBar -> click in the button "Use these icons" -> Log-out -> Log-in -> :O ;-)

/ The IContainer it's maked with Hobiconer, then I edited it in CandyBar.

P.S. Oh yes, the sidebar icons are "dirty applied" :P
P.S. This is not a official release of Hycons, only a preview version of the Mac port :P
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:iconpalmeiraant:
palmeiraant Featured By Owner Feb 13, 2011  Hobbyist Interface Designer
you can use inkscape on mac :P
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Kot-Carson Featured By Owner Dec 29, 2010   Writer
Why don't you just pop in the kubuntu 10.10 dvd into your new computer, wipe os x, and reinstall your old OS?
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gomezhyuuga Featured By Owner Dec 29, 2010
Because I don't have audio and I can't live without music :-(
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mavvert Featured By Owner Dec 21, 2010
Nice shot and good work on the icons! :)
You can add specific icon sizes using "Icon Composer.app", which is part of the XCode tools.
You can use Iconbuilder from iconfactory as well, but i guess that requires additional (and possibly expensive) software, while Xcode can be downloaded for free.
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gomezhyuuga Featured By Owner Dec 21, 2010
Thanks, but how I can add a icon for 64x64 size (or 48x48)? It is possible? IconComposer only shows me this 5 sizes: [link] :(

o/
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