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Rocknrollcows

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im not sure i put this in the right section, but w/e

anyways...

i just downloaded a cool looking icon pack: http://saviourmachin...ons-V1-49139616



and im confused as heck as to how to change the icon files of associate files like Photoshop, MSword, PPt etc.

i also dont know how to change the icons for like folder folders without the "customize" feature.

i really wanna use that pack :whistling: thx :blink:
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Major Payne

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You haven't tried to change the Icons for you programs by right-clicking the current Icon, choosing Properties then clicking the Change Icon button? The icons you want to use must be in their own folder so you can use the browse button to navigate to the folder with your new Icons.

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thx, but i found a program :whistling:

anyways, thx for helping anyways :blink:
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Guess I misunderstood you wanting to unpack or view the icon pack. I thought you already had them ready to use in a folder and just wanted to know how to change the icons for your programs. I could have given you links to a lot of neat icon programs.

Glad you got your problem solved and thank you for using GTG.

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