* Do not claim as your own / publish as your own * Do not alter the contents of this folder * Do not repackage / republish * Do not sell * Do not use for commercial use * You may only use the .psd to create additional icons for this pack only! * Give me credit & link back to this page only
* You may edit the .psd file * You may publish works you have created with this .psd file * You may publish my works on your page * You have to give me credit / link back to this page if you upload it on your site / deviantart / etc.
So here is the master .psd file for my Reflections SRI pack.
With Leopards everywhere I keep receiving requests for 512x512 versions and also white versions. With the files included you can create your own Reflections icons or mod the original ones, but remember:
You can use this template to create as many icons as you wish, but only for your personal use. It is not allowed to use for commercial purposes.
Publishing or distributing the icons you create with this template requires permission from me. My answers are usually positive on this regard but I'd like to see the work before it is released.
After numerous requests I decided to publish the orignal template for MetroStation and MetroDroid icons. They are placed as Vector Smart Object in one psd file. The main source is just basic circle shape, made in Illustrator. If you want to edit the shape, just click double on the thumbnail.
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This psd file is only for personal edit and use. My work must not to be distributed, sold or uploaded anywhere without my writen expressed permission. If you have any doubts or would like to use it or have a special license for a commercial work, please note me, or leave a comment. Thanks.
The sidebar steps up. Leopard brings new power to your old friend, the sidebar. Items are grouped into categories: places, devices, shared computers, and searches just like the Source list in iTunes. So with a single click, youre on your way to finding what you need.
Now you can have the same for your Windows operating computer! You might still not be able to rename your USB Flash Drive (or Removable Disk as Windows calls it) to your desired name, or have the search feature now included in Leopard's Finder but it will make your Windows Explorer Sidebar to Finder's Sidebar.
========================================== THE BASICS ========================================== You should not start customizing any other things if you do not even have the basics fully customized to look like a mac. This part will let you customize basic things like icon sizes, background color and text colors.
Once you installed FindeXer, go to View>Explorer Bar and select FindeXer. It will appear on the left, you'll notice that the icons and the configuration is not Leopard like. Right click it and select Findexer options.
Make sure your preferences is the same as shown below: Make sure the following boxes are checked: No Titbar ! / Load FindeXer in Every Explorer Window by Default / Enable HotTracking. On the General tab, locate General Appearance and click Custom Color on the Background Color section. Set the color values to:
Red: 214 Green: 221 Blue: 229
Under Items tab-Data to be Displayed, select Use Both (If Available) and under General Appearance, use the following settings:
Open the Separators tab and use the following preferences under Separator Properties:
Line Style: Solid Line Line Thickness: 1 Separator Width: 100% Separator Color: -Red: 214 -Green: 221 -Blue: 229
========================================== ICONS AND DEVICE NAMES ========================================== After getting the basics all covered up to look like those in Macs, start adding shortcuts and modifying them to show like those shown in the Leopard.
First of all, to add a shortcut just drag and drop the original folder or a shortcut to the FindeXer sidebar (this will not move or delete your folder, it will automatically make a shortcut of it.) Right-click the shortcut you wish to modify and select Edit. In the Name box, insert three spaces before your actual drive or folder name. This is done to force the drive name away from the icon similar to the Leopard Finder. Next, use any of the following default Mac OS X Leopard names:
Microsoft Windows------------Mac OS X Leopard Local Disk (c:\)-----------------Macintosh HD Other Local Disk (d:\)---------idisk User Folder---------------------[User Name] (My) Documents---------------Documents Program Files------------------Applications Desktop-------------------------Desktop Recycle Bin----------------------Trash Can Computer-----------------------[Owner's name]'s [computer name (e.g. MacBook, iMac, etc., for PC it's PC)] More names can be found throughout Apple.com [link]
Check the Use Custom Image box and select the appropriate image or icon file from the file I have uploaded and after selecting an icon, click OK.
========================================== EXPAND AND COLLAPSE BUTTONS ========================================== Have you ever noticed that there are four expand-like buttons which allows users to see or hide shortcuts in that section?
Create four new shortcuts on the FindeXer sidebar by dragging any folder or file. Click Edit and erase everything that is in the Path bow so the box becomes blank. This will make the shortcut direct to your Computer. Next, check the Use Custom Image box and use Arrow01 if you are making it for an expanded style and use Arrom02 if you are making it a collapsed style. Select the Name box and change it to any of the following (make sure that neither one of these four shortcuts have the same name):
DEVICES SHARED PLACES SEARCH FOR
Place these shortcuts where it is suitable or where it is shown here: [link]
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