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Assign custom default icons
Authored by: perihelion on Jun 28, '05 06:57:11AM

This was exactly what I was looking for, and the explanation seems to work fabulously, however, I have applied the hint and still it does not work.
Yes, I've tried to restart, yes I copied&pasted both the icon name and the string name (while editing plist, so no typos), yes I've tried the (3d party) finder icon -> clear "command".
When I get info on a .doc file, and switch to word, the icon switches accordingly, then when I switch to textEdit, the icon also changes accordingly, but when I click "apply all" the icon switches back to "empty" (as it does on boot).
I have successfully replaced already defined icons, but not managed to add new ones.

Any ideas? I guess I'll have to try some other stuff in some way.

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