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iCal - Flurry style by Lukeedee iCal - Flurry style by Lukeedee
Flurry style iCal icon :)

To replace...
First delete "iCal" from the icon name (so you just have App.icns and App-empty.icns :)
Go to Macintosh HD > Applications > iCal (right click, show package contents) > contents > resources (replace App.icns and App-empty.icns) > iCalDockTilePlugin.docktileplugin > Contents > Resources (replace App-empty.icns)

and remember to back up your original files :)
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:iconkoesherbacon:
I tried to do exactly as you instructed in OS X Mountain Lion but the dock icon ends up being completely empty except for the text of the date.  How exactly do you replace the Calendar icon in OS X 10.8?
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:iconlukeedee:
I'm not 100% sure as i have not done it in mountain lion yet. I imagine it would be the same but if it's not working for you i'm guessing something has been changed...
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:iconrndzvs:
rndzvs Nov 18, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Wait. In my dock, the icon doesn't looks as saturated as in your preview :(
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:iconlukeedee:
not sure if its a glitch in the software i use but the icon i .icns format comes out lighter than all the others :( (.png. and .ico)

and i usually use the png file for previews
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rndzvs Dec 22, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Hey, to fix the incorrect lightness of icons like this one, you have to convert the color profile in Photoshop to Generic RGB, then do a Save for Web (do not convert to sRGB), and voile, the icons will look darker on Quicklook, but in the Dock and .icns they will be correct. Check this out: [link]
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:iconlukeedee:
Thanks alot ! :D that was a big help.
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:iconfeatherofblood:
This is just GENIUS!!!! Thanks!!!
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:iconsanzen71:
Didn't work for me either
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:iconrndzvs:
rndzvs May 19, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Thank you so much!
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:iconsjmller:
Doesn't work for me. After replacing files, like in the description, only the text shows up. Running on OsX Lion
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