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Where to get free Icons?

Posted on 2004-09-09
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Hi all,

Does anyone have any suggestions where I can get some (free!) icons to put on my application?  I'd like the usual ones "edit" "save" "Delete" etc and left/right arrows too would be nice.
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These are the preferred JAVA GUI icons. They come in 2 sizes.
If you are looking for something else, there is a huge collection of LINUX icons in 24x24 and bigger on
REDHAT distro's and SuSE distro's, separated into KDE, GNOME and other flavours.

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Ok I have downloaded the .jar file but what do I do with it?  (It won't execute if that's what it's supposed to do.)
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add the jar  file to your class path.  Then in code do the following.

  ImageIcon icon = Icons.getImage("toolbarButtonGraphics/development/J2EEApplicationClientAdd16.gif");

add the icon to a label , button, etc.
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You can:
1) right click and save every icon from the indicated website,
2) download the .jar and list its contents by the jar command,
3) download the .jar, extract the contents by the jar command and use the icons one by one.

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