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Public Domain Icons These icons were originally made for Mosaic for X and have been included in the NCSA httpd and Apache server distributions in the past. They are in the public domain and may be freely included in any application. The originals were done by Kevin Hughes (email@example.com). Many thanks to Andy Polyakov for tuning the icon colors and adding a few new images. If you'd like to contribute additions or ideas to this set, please let me know. Almost all of these icons are 20x22 pixels in size. There are alternative icons in the "small" directory that are 16x16 in size, provided by Mike Brown (firstname.lastname@example.org). Suggested Uses The following are a few suggestions, to serve as a starting point for ideas. Please feel free to tweak and rename the icons as you like. a.gif This might be used to represent PostScript or text layout languages. alert.black.gif, alert.red.gif These can be used to highlight any important items, such as a README file in a directory. back.gif, forward.gif These can be used as links to go to previous and next areas. ball.gray.gif, ball.red.gif These might be used as bullets. binary.gif This can be used to represent binary files. binhex.gif This can represent BinHex-encoded data. blank.gif This can be used as a placeholder or a spacing element. bomb.gif This can be used to repreesnt core files. box1.gif, box2.gif These icons can be used to represent generic 3D applications and related files. broken.gif This can represent corrupted data. burst.gif This can call attention to new and important items. c.gif This might represent C source code. comp.blue.gif, comp.red.gif These little computer icons can stand for telnet or FTP sessions. compressed.gif This may represent compressed data. continued.gif This can be a link to a continued listing of a directory. down.gif, up.gif, left.gif, right.gif These can be used to scroll up, down, left and right in a listing or may be used to denote items in an outline. dvi.gif This can represent DVI files. f.gif This might represent FORTRAN or Forth source code. folder.gif, folder.open.gif, folder.sec.gif The folder can represent directories. There is also a version that can represent secure directories or directories that cannot be viewed. generic.gif, generic.sec.gif, generic.red.gif These can represent generic files, secure files, and important files, respectively. hand.right.gif, hand.up.gif These can point out important items (pun intended). image1.gif, image2.gif, image3.gif These can represent image formats of various types. index.gif This might represent a WAIS index or search facility. layout.gif This might represent files and formats that contain graphics as well as text layout, such as HTML and PDF files. link.gif This might represent files that are symbolic links. movie.gif This can represent various movie formats. p.gif This may stand for Perl or Python source code. pie0.gif ... pie8.gif These icons can be used in applications where a list of documents is returned from a search. The little pie chart images can denote how relevant the documents may be to your search query. patch.gif This may stand for patches and diff files. portal.gif This might be a link to an online service or a 3D world. ps.gif, quill.gif These may represent PostScript files. screw1.gif, screw2.gif These may represent CAD or engineering data and formats. script.gif This can represent any of various interpreted languages, such as Perl, python, TCL, and shell scripts, as well as server configuration files. sound1.gif, sound2.gif These can represent sound files. sphere1.gif, sphere2.gif These can represent 3D worlds or rendering applications and formats. tex.gif This can represent TeX files. text.gif This can represent generic (plain) text files. transfer.gif This can represent FTP transfers or uploads/downloads. unknown.gif This may represent a file of an unknown type. uuencoded.gif This can stand for uuencoded data. world1.gif, world2.gif These can represent 3D worlds or other 3D formats.