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February 11th, 2000

[2:00 PM] Icons, Spiffy Icons At That
by Staff has released a new icon set, Spiffy Apps III. Included are icon sets for many popular applications, and provide an easy way to give your Mac a face-lift. According to

The much-awaited Spiffy Apps III set is now available at In this installment of the popular series of application-replacement sets, you'll find icons for apps from Microsoft, Adobe, and Palm, as well as a few other user requests. Looking forward to Aqua? You'll like this set.

Anne's got a new set too--the funky little circles are back, this time with some cool Aqua-inspired glassy effects.

But that's not all... the goodies page has also been updated with several replacement splash screens mimicking the Aqua look.

You can find more information at the web site.

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