93 System Icons for your modding pleasure. Inspired by iOS7, made for OSX.
Install at your own risk. Modifying system files can screw up your machine. If you’ve done stuff like this before, it should be pretty obvious how to proceed. If you haven’t, either stop now and run like hell, or do some research before you go any further. Most importantly, back up any files you will be overwriting. Especially the stuff that goes into CoreServices, normal apps are easy to reinstall if something goes wrong, system files not so much.
Some of the icons (Adobe, Xcode) are labeled with the exact name of the file they will be replacing. They will need to be manually installed into each individual app resource folder.
Drag the ICNS/PNG files to “AppName”/Contents/Resources, then click “Replace” when prompted, type password if necessary.
The images in the Extras Folder are not named specifically, they can be used for whatever you want. For example, the AVI icon could be dragged into Quicktime or VLC, and it could be renamed MP4, MKV, WMV or whatever works for you. Just make sure the name matches one of the existing icons in the Resources Folder. If you don’t get a popup asking you to “Replace" the existing file you’ve done something wrong.
For CoreTypes, Finder, and Dock drag the image files to:
CoreTypes - System/Library/CoreServices/CoreTypes.bundle/Contents/Resources
Finder - System/Library/CoreServices/Finder/Contents/Resources
Dock - System/Library/CoreServices/Dock/Contents/Resources
*Once files are copied make sure you Restart your machine for changes to take effect.
**This should to be used with Finder Windows set to "List View” and the Icon Size set to “Large/32px” (Finder>View>ShowViewOptions). It doesn't work with "Icon View" unless you set the size to 32px or smaller.
If you like this theme check out my other iOSX7 packs: