OS X Yosemite Folder Icons
OS X Yosemite Folder Icons
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OS X Yosemite Folder Icons free download for Mac

OS X Yosemite Folder Icons

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30 July 2014

Folder icons from latest OS X Yosemite preview.

Overview

Note: OS X Yosemite Folder Icons are no longer under development

This OS X Yosemite Folder Icons download features the folder icons from the latest OS X 10.10 Yosemite preview

What's new in OS X Yosemite Folder Icons

Version 1:
  • Added all the icons, including system icons (Library, System, Groups, Users, Shared, Developer, Utilities, Burnable, Smart, ...). The files aren't in PNG anymore, but in ICNS.

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5 OS X Yosemite Folder Icons Reviews

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Bland, monochrome, boring icons! The worst thing is that the symbols added to the folder icons, which are meant to help the user distinguish between each folder's content and function, are so faint, you can't tell the folders apart, especially at small or medium size when present in the finder window sidebar. They are not handsome and they are pointless.
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Version 1
DanBuchan6937
04 September 2014
Oy. I'm using the latest Yosemite beta, and my first impression was "Holy hell -- Fisher-Price has gotten into the OS business!" These candy-colored icons make me want to puke.
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Version 1
Neal
01 August 2014
These icons are not very pleasant or easily visually distinguishable. The icons on the folders vanish for those with poor eyesight. Apple needs to keep the Icons describing the folder contents much clearer.
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Version 1
onemac-net
31 July 2014
OS X is going down...
Like (3)
Version 1
Beto-Boton
31 July 2014
ridiculous
Like (1)
Version 1
Bland, monochrome, boring icons! The worst thing is that the symbols added to the folder icons, which are meant to help the user distinguish between each folder's content and function, are so faint, you can't tell the folders apart, especially at small or medium size when present in the finder window sidebar. They are not handsome and they are pointless.
Like (7)
Version 1
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schmelding
schmelding
31 July 2014
I agree -- Apple is moving to make the Mac OS visually jive with iOS.

There are so very many UI faux pas in both. The design is very juvenile, almost like a1st year design student created it. Steve Jobs would have never let it out the door.
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tooloud
tooloud
31 July 2014
couldn't agree more.... it's awful. Simple as that.
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schmelding
schmelding
31 July 2014
Uh...no offense to 1st year design students or juveniles. Or people who speak jive.
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