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● A set of well designed icon replacements for regular files and folders that brings you the look and feel of different elements of the operating system.
● A mix of Microsoft icons and almost custom icons designed by other sources which will come in PNG format for the dock applications.
● A cross-platform application working on both Mac OS and Windows 7.
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Bones – Folder Icon

Bones – Folder icon Crack For Windows is my first icon pack for Windows, and I am very proud of it. All the icons are designed and handcrafted by me, using the largest free vector and icon editor I know, FontForge.
This icon pack includes the following icons (both the PNG and ICO versions):
Normal/Top Level Viewer’s file, view folder, viewing folder, folder icon, icons for native windows apps, icons for non native apps
Folder-Desktop folder icon, recycle bin, file type icon, file icon, file icon, shortcuts
Home folder icon, desktop folder icon, iFile browser icon, my computer icon, computer icon, computer icon, desktop icon
Icons for docked apps, move to home icon, trash icon
The icons are sorted into 3 different folders, because the library system of FontForge handles these differently:
– The first folder contains the icons for both the icon format used by the native Windows apps, and the icon format used by non-native (third-party) applications. This was the longest folder to create, since there are a lot of combinations of icon formats.
– The second folder contains the icons for native Windows programs. They are always in the ICO format, but they might look different (because FontForge might be able to handle them better), depending on whether it used the “flattened” or the “normal” icon format.
– The third folder contains the icons for third-party (non-native) applications. The native icons are always in the PNG format (since FontForge doesn’t handle them) whereas the non-native versions might be an ICO (if its native) or a PNG (if it’s not native).
Some icons might require the 64-bit version of FontForge, and in that case they will be indicated as such in the descriptions.
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Bones – Folder Icon For PC

This is a set of 48 icons in total, all of them are designed by…Agenesis of cervicothoracic junction.
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Bones – Folder icon

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As much as I would love to “take credit” for this, I can’t. This was brought to my attention by @rayfa, and it was done with his and my blessing. Congrats to him!

Please use this thread to track the icon updates. Just post the links to the latest icons so we can download and test. And btw, a stand-alone 32-bit version is also available.

@rayfa Thank you very much for your hard work on this! I don’t know how I missed it!

The same goes to @Nishiki that for the first time the (previously unreleased) V2 version of the utility was successfully launched on windows 7. Please see the date of the first post in this topic for further details:

Damn, I’ve always loved the new look of Linux but I wouldn’t dare to try it on my Powerbook. Having problems to install it with Text mode, but only 32-bit, and sometimes the disk partitioning tool fails and I’m asked to format the disk – it won’t let me install anything in tty mode. I’ll try to fix that. Thanks for the hint on doing so!

@Nishiki Thanks for your corrections, worked quite well on my Powerbook now and the new version looks even more stunning and rich than the previous one! One change is that now all icons are png but only for the 32-bit version, the 64-bit one is still using the ICO format.

@Dave-92 I understand. I think the big issue is the lack of a 32-bit version that runs on Windows 7 and has the 64-bit version icon set as the default on 32-bit versions of Windows. If I’m correct in my assumptions, the only way of having the 32-bit version be in a position to have the 64-bit versions I’ve created as the default icon set would be to distribute it via some kind of installer.

If it should be the case that the 32-bit version needs to be distributable with some kind of installer, I’m happy to distribute a package for that, however I don’t have the means to distribute these icons to the public and would ask the same for the administrator of this forum to consider me to add this set in the.

System Requirements For Bones – Folder Icon:

OS: Windows 7/Windows 8
Processor: Intel Core i5-2500K 3.3 GHz / AMD Phenom II X4 945 3.6 GHz or higher
Memory: 8 GB RAM
Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 760 1 GB or AMD Radeon HD 7870 1 GB
DirectX: Version 11
Network: Broadband Internet connection required
Processor: Intel Core i7-3770 3.4 GHz or higher