“New Set” Variation of Bluemetalaxe’s iReflect Icons
3 months ago XDA moderator egzthunder1 wrote an article about this great set of new icons. Now, XDA member drew2000 presents an update to this great collection.
A variation of Bluemetalaxe original icons set: 123 new icons with a new shape will give your Windows Mobile device a new look.
Step in and have a look to developers work.
Originally posted by drew2000
“New Set” Variation of Bluemetalaxe’s iReflect icons
“New Set” variation is found in post #4 below……………………………
Black n White variation is in post three below……………………………..
This is a thread for variations of the excellent work of Bluemetalaxe’s iReflect icons. Right now there is three variations, each will have at least 500 plus icons so you can use them for just about all of your programs and applications. Blue worked very hard on the original icon set so if you want to donate to Blue here is his link to his original iReflect thread and his donation button:
I do not accept any donations and am only creating these variations for all to use as Blue was so kind to post this in his original thread:
“New Set” 123 icons (for now) in post #4
You can find more information in the icons thread.
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