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Custom icon Utilities folder
Authored by: GerryA on May 05, '03 06:20:28AM

You'll find that as soon as you run a system update that tries to modify anything in the Utilities folder that it will not recognize your new utilities folder... I tried this, and then discovered that I had a NEW utilities folder created by the update, with some utilities in it. I'm not sure whether I could simply have dragged these into MY utilities folder, and lived happily ever after... I'm still waiting for someone to tell me how to remove the alias arrow on a single folder (i.e. not system-wide). Any ideas? Incidentally, someone posted a hint on versiontracker suggesting that you create a Utilities folder in Applications, and then move the original Utilities folder into this new one, and that this would work for updates etc. It doesn't.



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