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I was messing with my AWN Navigator and wanted a nice icon...not really sure if I like these myself, but at least its something different.

EDIT: Removed to ask permission first - thanks for mentioning it Cross Roads. How do I contact the people concerned?
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"The really amazing thing is how many people are successful with their Arduino projects considering the fact that so many of them do not have a technical background.  A lot of them seem to try, and succeed with, projects that no sane engineer would even attempt." - floresta commenting on the proper use of LCD displays

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Looks nice.

Isn't that a TradeMarked symbol?
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Yes it is, yet I'm not selling these icons, merely distributing them amongst the Arduino users on the forum only. If it breaks a laws I'll remove them and I apologize.
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"The really amazing thing is how many people are successful with their Arduino projects considering the fact that so many of them do not have a technical background.  A lot of them seem to try, and succeed with, projects that no sane engineer would even attempt." - floresta commenting on the proper use of LCD displays

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