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Panic updates CandyBar, Transmit, Coda for Mac OS X 10.7 Lion

6 July 2011 5,154 views 2 Comments

If you’re into icons — changing and updating them system wide to reflect your mode, etc. — then you simply must have this app. CandyBar is the easiest, fastest way to change and manage icons on your Mac and now it’s ready for Apple’s upcoming desktop operating system rewrite.

Version of Mac OS X come and fade, but Panic Software’s icon management remains year after year. CandyBar 3.3 (release notes) comes to market with Mac OS X 10.7 Lion support.

• Added Mac OS X 10.7 Lion support, and UI improvements
• Export size slider can now select common icon sizes
• Allows cut/copy of icons onto Collections in the Info window
• Prevents potentially harmful customization of Mac App Store app icons

See also: OS X Lion icons are bigguns; Going on a Lion hunt [OS X 10.7 ready apps]

Although the last whole number release came way, way back in 2007, app creator Panic has kept a steady stream of bug, feature and OS updates rolling over the years.

Likewise, Panic has updated Coda, a one-window web development app, and Transmit, one of the more popular FTP clients on the Mac.

Get your copy of CandyBar 3.3 here (30MB).


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