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Here is a series of macOS application icons. The idea is to redesign them as simply as possible, fitting them perfectly into the frame (grid template) defined by Apple, without embellishment and flatness. A simple graphic game for fun (you can exploit them as you wish)!... Voici une série de reprises d'icônes d'applications de macOS. L'idée est de les redesigner le plus simplement possible, en les calant parfaitement dans la frame (grid template) définie par Apple, sans fioriture et aplat. Un simple jeu graphique pour le fun (vous pouvez les exploiter comme bon vous semble) !... macOS Icon Grid Template 1024x1024px.afdesign
Hello, here is a series of macOS system icon designs. I admit that I don't really appreciate the current icon of the Finder made in Apple: this silly smile is a toy that is not serious enough (and design). I also propose below the A. Designer file (format 1024 x 1024 px) with the three colors, as well as an Automator script to transform the .PNG files into .ICNS System ICONS.afdesign.zip PNG → ICNS.workflow.zip
By mistake I clicked on the system icon (in the upper left corner of the frame of the main window) when I meant to click File. So I clicked File next, but AD just quit. It did not post any message, so it probably did not crash, just quit for some strange reason. Puzzled, I then restarted, created a new file, added something to it, and clicked on that system icon twice, just to see what happens. AD asked me if I wanted to save the file, and when I said no, it quit. I loaded AD again, and this time went straight for the system icon. I clicked on it twice, making sure during the second click I was not mistakenly clicking on the menu choice to close the application, but still on the icon. It quit. This is not standard Windows application behavior. Looks like a bug to me. Adam