|Sep 12, 2012, 11:33 PM||#1|
When I was playing around on my 21" iMac, I used the graphics tools with Xcode to enable Hi-DPI mode. This caused my documents, downloads, pictures, music, etc folder to become colorized like they were in 10.6 but they were also in retina resolution (as was the whole OS) Now that my iMac has been handed down to someone else I have a Retina display.
Now my icons are back to grey scale. I fixed the sidebar using SideEffects. But even if I play around with graphics tools in Xcode, its no use. I somehow can't get the icons to be colorful again. This isn't that big of a deal but I definitley liked the days when OS X was colorful and would like to take my Retina back in time a bit...Does anyone know how to do this or if someone even had the icon file (or could point me in the direction of the icon files) I'd be really happy.
Thanks in advance.
15.4" Macbook Pro with Retina Display (2013) 2.3ghz/16gb/512gb, Mac Mini Server 2.3/2tb/8gb, 64gb Space Gray iPhone 5s, 64gb Space Gray iPad Air
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