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OS 10.6 - Icns file not showing up correctly.


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I created an icon with Icon Composer and it exported just fine with an icns extension. When I grabbed the folder to change the icon, I went to get info and pasted the icon file and it didn't work, it changed the icon to that folded page with the loupe and photographs and says ICNS. What might I have done wrong?
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