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Gundam Folder Icons Volume 02 by Kjasi Gundam Folder Icons Volume 02 by Kjasi
Presenting Volume 02 of the Gundam Folder Icons!

Now you can decorate your Gundam Folders with these unique folder icons! Each included series has several icons, so you can choose the one you prefer!

This volume includes:
-Mobile Suit Gundam
-Mobile Suit Z Gundam (AKA Zeta Gundam)
-Mobile Suit ZZ Gundam (AKA Double Zeta Gundam)
-The 08th MS Team
-0080: War in the Pocket
-0083: Stardust Memory
-Gundam F91
-Gundam SEED
-Gundam SEED Destiny

Download the file to obtain the icons themselves. Icons are in PC and Mac formats.

Other Releases:
Volume 01
Volume 03

Mobile Suit Gundam, all subsequent series, and the images used from them are copyright to Bandai.
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Yawnman Featured By Owner Jan 6, 2012
where is after war gundam x ?
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Kjasi Featured By Owner Jan 6, 2012
O_O! Apparently, I forgot it when I made these! I'll see about fixing that soon.
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Yawnman Featured By Owner Jan 9, 2012
wait for the new one
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reyasemsz Featured By Owner Apr 27, 2011
where's wing n G gundam?
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Kjasi Featured By Owner Apr 27, 2011
Wing is in Volume 1. G-Gundam is in the upcoming Volume 3, along with several others.
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MacArther Featured By Owner Apr 26, 2011  Student Writer
Out of curiosity, which system is this for (I.E. Windows XP, Vista **shudder**, Windows 7, or Mac), or is it meant for use on Deviant Art? I ask because I tried to use a similar folder file and could not change the look of the folders all the way.
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Kjasi Featured By Owner Apr 26, 2011
They're .ico & .icns files. They work with anything that can read these files. But these are intended to be used on any Windows system, XP and above, (Possibly Win2K, but it's been a long time, so I'm not sure) and on Macs.

For Macs, it's a "simple" copy & paste to get the icon installed. Simply copy the icon file (⌘ + C), open the folder's properties, click the icon once to highlight it, then paste (⌘ + V), and viola! Your new icon is installed.

For windows, it's dependent on which windows you use. I don't remember the method needed for XP, (I think it requires .ini editing... Check online for instructions) and I never had Vista, but for 7, it's relatively easy; Open the properties of a folder, and click the Customize tab. At the bottom click the Change Icon... button and select the icon file you want to use. And done!
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