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Folders changed! :-(

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I just rebooted, and my folder icons have changed! i have ugly yellow ones that look an awful lot like windows folders....except the folders that have built in icons, those are the same. But i want my pretty blue folders back....

As for what I've done since i restarted, the only program I can think of that's realted is Duality, which i ran a few days ago, decided i didn't like it, and got rid of it.... i think it might have left a residual windowsness to my computer... yuck.

Any ideas?
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