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Icon for Finder Missing

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Today I tried to change the finder icon in the dock. Because I'm cheap, I dont have candybar, so I tried to use liteicon. While this changed the finder icon in messages like "do you want to empty trash," it did not change it on the dock, even after logging out and relaunching the dock.


So I went into a bunch of core services and replaced all the finder .icns and .pngs with the one I wanted to use.


When I relaunched the dock, the finder was invisible, but it still had the little blue "open" dot below where it was.


I downloaded the candybar trial to try to fix it, but even candybar didn't get the icon back.


I'm using 10.5.8.


What core service folder (or any folder) contains the icon for the finder shown on the dock?


Is there any way I can revert my finder icon? Candybar and liteicon are not working.

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