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How can I change ALL my icons?

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CandyBar only replaces most of them, so how can I replace all the icons CB doesn't cover?

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Well Candybar changes the icons you can't change with command I and copy and pasting the icon on to it that way.

Other than those two the only other icons it doesnt change (to my knowledge) are System Preference, which resexcellence has a System Preference icon set you can download and in the read me it tells you how. I don't think anything else is change able with out finding a read me like that.
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