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imj: For the last time: The green cog is NOT a ROL symbol, nor a Select symbol. For your information: RISC OS 5 is full of green cogs, e.g., in lots of file icons - except for the task switcher icon, which is a cyan jellybean. The green cog was designed by Richard Hallas as a generic symbol for RISC OS. He is the same person who also happened to design all the RO5 icons.

 is a RISC OS Userwuerthne on 2/12/03 9:11AM
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