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hey there, not sure if this post belongs anywhere else. if thats the case i apologize. just have one question.

is there any way I could have icons of multiple sizes on my desktop? like having a handful of small icons and then a collection of larger icons in the middle.

went to the apple store randomly to ask and didnt get much help.

Thanks for any help
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There might be a 3rd party App out there to do what your asking for but i believe on the desktop its one size WHICH you can change to any size you want ..

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Other than what TM has advised, the short answer is ... "don't think so". You can set all icons to your favored size through Finder > View > View Options.

Which OS are you using? That info is always useful.

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