2018-08-20 08:42:48 UTC
I've got several files with no filetype icons of their own (just the generic
"text document" one). And although I've been looking for a while I've not
been able to find a good set of "programmers icons". (the reason I'm
calling them "programmers icons" is because they are files used or generated
by the programming language I'm using)
What I'm looking for is a set of icons which has the three-letter file
extension on a simple "document icon" (rectangle, top-right corner folded
in), with the extension-text overflowing to the left. Over the years I
found a few single ones, but never an extensive set.
I already have a set of icons which, very artistically, combine blocks,
lines, circles and even sprockets (extracted from a C/C++ programming
environment :-) ). But when you have a number of them on the same page -
with just different positioning and coloring - it becomes a bit hard to
recognise them apart. :-\
... the biggest problem ofcourse is that I need to have them in 16x16 (and
if possible 32x32) 16-color style (classic XP style).
The ones I currently really could use are:
as well as for a few intermediate files:
If someone knows about a program (executable or sourcecode) which can
combine a random three-character combination with a generic document icon it
would even be better. Though with a minimal width of just 16 pixels I'm
not really sure if its possible to automate that ("WWW" will probably always
fail - too wide).