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Employee
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Registered: ‎03-30-2009

Icons - What Icon/Image library does Sage SalesLogix use?

While any icons and images of the appropriate dimensions may be used, some customers are interested in knowing where the Sage SalesLogix team obtained their Icons and Images as a relatively easy way to ensure a consistent look for enhanced and extended custom features.

 

 

For the SalesLogix v7.2.x and v7.5.x WebClient application:

Sage SLX obtained the WebClient icons from The Icon Factory http://iconfactory.com ).

 

 

For the SalesLogix v 7.0.x / v7.2.x / v7.5.x LAN Client application

Sage SLX obtained the LANClient icons from Icon Experience http://www.iconexperience.com

 

 

Todd Hardin
SalesLogix Professional Services Group
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Re: Icons - What Icon/Image library does Sage SalesLogix use?

 

Cool man thanks!


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Gene Arnold
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Re: Icons - What Icon/Image library does Sage SalesLogix use?


ToddHardin wrote:

For the SalesLogix v7.2.x and v7.5.x WebClient application:

Sage SLX obtained the WebClient icons from The Icon Factory http://iconfactory.com )

 

 


Do you happen to know the name of the icon collection from iconfactory? Or is it a custom collection?


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Employee
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Registered: ‎03-30-2009

Re: Icons - What Icon/Image library does Sage SalesLogix use?

I am told that the icon collection is the Harmony collection. Note that the SalesLogix product also uses some custom icons to fit SalesLogix specific purposes.

 

 

The Icon factory resells their Icons through a related site called Stock Icons.

 

http://iconfactory.com/stockicons

 

http://stockicons.com/collections     <-- look for the Harmon collection here

 

 

 

 

Todd Hardin
SalesLogix Professional Services Group