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Multi-state icons - where can I get them?

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I'm building a photographic website and want a console at the bottom of the screen like Windows Photo Viewer. Specifically, I'm looking for backwards and forwards arrow icons that have three states: default, hover, depressed.

Anyone know where I can get icon sets like this?
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Why not just use the icons from font Awesome http://fortawesome.github.io/Font-Awesome/icons/ and use css to change the color based on state?
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Multimedia Control Icons is a good search phrase. If you are good with Photoshop you can duplicate Windows Photo Viewer. Otherwise you will want an icon set. Here is a reference for some free ones: http://findicons.com/search/multimedia-control
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The Fontawesome icons worked out pretty well.
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