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Steampunk Moon Icon

This is an old-fashioned stone, brass and gold icon designed to appeal to the steampunk mind, you might use it for a replacement icon for the Palemoon Browser - you can of course use it for anything you wish. Supplied as multiple ICO, Mac ICNS and finder and PNG files.

This icon is eminently usable on windows/ Mac OS/X / Linux &c.

This PNG is larger and has more detail so that you can resize if you wish or use "as-is".

Provided in the following formats:

ICO (combined ICO format containing multiple sizes for windows from 16px to 256px)
PNG (multiple sizes for any o/s, Linux, Android, Mac IOS, Rocketdock &c from 16px to 256px)
BMP (bitmap for other tools such as Blackbox desktop)

HQX and ICNS native MAC O/SX formats.

Here is just one more over 350 steampunk icons that I have created over the last year or so  that will leave your Windows or Mac desktop looking absolutely spiffing. There is a whole set of the little thingies and I must say they do look very steampunk indeed! They really are a suitable replacement for the boring old default icons that come with Rocketdock/ObjectDock &c.

This icon and the others like it will spruce up your desktop and give it a bit of Victorian class. Compatible with MobyDock, ObjectDock, RK Launcher, and your default Windows icons.

To View: - You can see all my icons by clicking here:…

I have created a couple of steampunk icon sets but you can download the main one here:…

If you want any new icons then just ask! I am always open to new (or old) ideas - please leave a comment, these icons are quite hard to do and a nice comment makes my day.

Rocketdock Installation: In the rocketdock folder there is a subfolder called icons. Move these icons into that folder or create a subfolder called steampunk icons and copy them in there. Then you simply change each of your individual icon images to any one of these. Easy enough.

The only condition for downloading and using is that you leave feedback. Please leave a message and rate the icons as it is the only payment I get for creating this small desktop addition :D (Big Grin)

Thanks! Do enjoy the icon.
Download there, that's it, just there. Ooh yes, that's lovely, thankyou.
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What a marvellous corrective to the lemming-like adoption of flat, minimalistic themes.

RockBarnes's avatar

I have been using the Palemoon browser for some time but never felt the urge to change its default icon - until now where the icon didn't show up when I installed it as a Linux desktop application. Then, searching for "Palemoon icon" led me to your thread in the Palemoon forum and here I am.

Great job! Even without an overall steampunk theme, it stands out and looks good - IMHO (even without an overall steampunk theme!) better than the original. The light gray fits the name (IMHO) better than the blue original.
LadyoftheApocalypse's avatar
This looks really nice. I hadn't heard of Pale Moon so I went to the site and downloaded it. I had always loved Firefox but it's changed a lot.
yereverluvinuncleber's avatar
Well done. You now have a first class browser. Did you download it due to my icon suggesting the idea? If so, I am most pleased.

You can use all the old extensions you used to have loaded on FF and you get the lovely UIX prior to Firefox ver. 27. It is stable, supported and customisable. It is also faster.
LadyoftheApocalypse's avatar
Yes, I had never heard of it before, so thank you very much for talking about it.
yereverluvinuncleber's avatar
No problem at all - enjoy your new browser!
hujan86's avatar
Pale Moon - my favorite browser after Mozilla had gone the path of Chromifying Firefox.
yereverluvinuncleber's avatar
Mine now too. PaleMoon IS firefox to all intents and purposes. Firefox is now Chrome or Edge or something.
hujan86's avatar
I like to think FF more as a bad/failed clone of Chrome. Mozilla even messed up their browser's cookie block list (starting since v42), requiring users to specify whether it's http:// or https:// for each permission. 
yereverluvinuncleber's avatar
Thanks for the comment.

Now, of course you are correct but it didn't use to be that way. Firefox led and others followed. They lost their direction.
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