In Mac OS Sierra, the icons in the Finder sidebar with just the normal view are light sepia. If one saves a file, the cutdown version of the Finder window shows grey icons in the sidebar. I know exactly where the sepia ones are, but the grey ones are not in the same place. Where are the grey sidebar images stored in Mac OS Sierra?
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I changed the sidebar generic folder icon in CoreTypes.bundle to an opaque blue folder, and the grey Finder sidebar folders changed to a darker shade of grey. I think now that Mac OS is just changing specially designed folders to generic in the sidebar and doing greyscale on everything in the Finder sidebar. I see no point in doing either of those things. Where are the settings that change the sidebar appearance in Mac OS?
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