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Khadrelt rated on 25 Mar 2013
[Version 8.2.1]

Khadrelt rated on 07 Jan 2013
[Version 3.4.3]

Khadrelt rated on 07 Jan 2013
[Version 9.4.2]

Khadrelt rated on 02 Dec 2012
[Version 11.0]

Khadrelt commented on 04 Aug 2012
One of my favorite apps ever. I've had it for years. It's understandable that they decided to stop maintaining it, though, with Apple continually making it harder and harder to customize OS X. I still intend to keep CandyBar around as long as possible, though, for the icon storage part if not the icon replacement features.
[Version 3.3.4]

Khadrelt rated on 28 Jun 2012
[Version 3.3.1]

Khadrelt rated on 11 Jun 2012
[Version 10.6.3]

Khadrelt rated on 12 Oct 2011
[Version 5.1.1]


Khadrelt reviewed on 26 Sep 2011
Great overall. As an icon collector nut, CandyBar is indispensable application, and it has been well worth the purchase.

I have only one complaint: their Smart Collections don't have an option to find icons by an icon's pixel size, only its file size. Which means you can't make smart folders that include certain sizes of icons (i.e., if you want a collection that only has icons with a 512x512 size). Actually, come to think of it, Smart Collections don't seem to work reliably in any case. But I don't really use them much anyway (mostly because of the lack of pixel-size options, I must add).

I've had no problems on Lion. In fact, the icon replacement seems to be working better for me on Lion than it did on SL. You can't, however, use CandyBar to change the icons of apps downloaded from the Mac App Store—they're grayed out with a lock over them, and not even changing the app's permissions seems to fix that. probably not CandyBar's fault, I'm sure, but Apple's.
[Version 3.3.2]

Khadrelt rated on 19 Sep 2011
[Version 2.4]

Khadrelt had trouble on 20 Aug 2012
I've run into a problem. I recently started using two monitors, and while Change Desktop does put pictures on both, the second monitor won't go into Mission Control. Only the primary monitor. That makes it so I can't move things around in Mission Control on the second monitor. Is this a bug, or am I doing something wrong?

Also, in Lion Change Desktop would put a different picture on every space in Mission Control, but now in Mountain Lion they're all showing up the same (and yes, 'display a different image for each space' is checked).

[Version 3.1.4]

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