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Application Icons?

Application Icons?

Application Icons?

Where can I download a package of free-to-use application icons ie, copy, paste, move, save, ... etc.

Different schemas would be nice - KDE, etc.


RE: Application Icons?


In case you wish to use them for a toolbar, the toolbar has it's own standard icon's like new document, copy, paste, etc. About all basic office icons and browser icons. You can use them by sending the TB_LOADIMAGES message.

Loads system-defined button images into a toolbar control's image list.

    wParam = (WPARAM)(INT) iBitmapID;
    lParam = (LPARAM)(HINSTANCE) hinst;

Identifier of a system-defined button image list. This parameter can be set to one of the following values. IDB_HIST_LARGE_COLOR  Microsoft® Windows® Explorer bitmaps in large size.
IDB_HIST_SMALL_COLOR  Microsoft® Windows® Explorer bitmaps in small size.
IDB_STD_LARGE_COLOR  Standard bitmaps in large size.
IDB_STD_SMALL_COLOR  Standard bitmaps in small size.
IDB_VIEW_LARGE_COLOR  View bitmaps in large size.
IDB_VIEW_SMALL_COLOR  View bitmaps in small size.

Instance handle. This parameter must be set to HINST_COMMCTRL.

If this is not the case, then you could download a resource viewer and take a look at some programs like office or so. Most of the times it contains a bitmap in the resources containing all the icons, which you can easily extract.


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