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dlsauers

join:2005-10-25
Wellston, OH

Program Icons - Sources


Web Ribbons
I am looking for a program ribbon/icon/graphic like the ones in the attached screen shot

I am after one for Konqueror

Any one have a source?

Thanks.


PToN
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join:2001-10-04
Houston, TX

You can go to each of the sites and they usually have different icons you can get.

Note that some projects give them to people who donate or are sponsors. But the ones you showed should be found on their respective sites.


dlsauers

join:2005-10-25
Wellston, OH

said by PToN:
Note that some projects give them to people who donate or are sponsors. But the ones you showed should be found on their respective sites.
Thanks, but I am looking for one for Konqueror. Konquerors site does not provide these buttons, and the buttons above did not come from their sites.

I am looking for a source for these.

Thanks.


cdru
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Fort Wayne, IN
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reply to dlsauers

Just make you're own. It might take all of 10 minutes to setup a template in Photoshop or Gimp.



chachazz
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drew
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As a side note... these things don't look good to me. They remind me of somewhere around the year 2004.


dlsauers

join:2005-10-25
Wellston, OH
reply to chachazz

said by chachazz:
They are known as 'blog buttons'.

»www.lucazappa.com/brilliantMaker···mage.php
»toolsntoys.linuxhowtos.org//buttonmaker/

[att=1,l]

[att=2,l]

[att=3,l]

Thank YOU! ! ! I guess I was not searching on the right term, since I don't "blog" what ever that is....

Again THANK YOU ! ! ! THANK YOU!

said by drew:
As a side note... these things don't look good to me. They remind me of somewhere around the year 2004.
To each their own, but many of the "newfangled, 2.0 etc." stuff I see on sites I despise... and caters to those with minimal attention span.

The buttons are used as part of an explanation that if your not using Konqueror, I don't really give a hoot about your problems with my site(s). And if you are using it or another favorite of the Linux community then your likely to have zero problems. I don't code for problems that certain browser causes and requires workaround for especially in ECMAscript.


drew
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Glad you're going for a large market share with targeting Konqueror.



cdru
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said by drew:

Glad you're going for a large market share with targeting Konqueror.

LOL. At least he's targeting a larger market than just Lynx. REAL power *nix users use Lynx. Or just looks at the raw HTML directly or parse it with some archaic Perl regex command. ECMAScript is for pansies with scaly and itchy rashes.


Lagz
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join:2000-09-03
The Rock

said by cdru:

said by drew:

Glad you're going for a large market share with targeting Konqueror.

LOL. At least he's targeting a larger market than just Lynx. REAL power *nix users use Lynx. Or just looks at the raw HTML directly or parse it with some archaic Perl regex command. ECMAScript is for pansies with scaly and itchy rashes.

LoL ... just reads the html with vi like a real man!
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