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> | If a trash icon doesn't work (because the data can't be
> | recovered once it's been trashed), how about using a paper
> | shredder? You can certainly reconstruct shredded paper, but
> | it's a bit of work...
> Trick there would be making it painfully obvious to the
> casual observer that that little icon was a shredder, not
> a printer. Oops!
OS/2 Warp actually uses a shredder icon. It has a passing resemblance to a
printer, but at the top a piece of paper is going in at an angle
(about 20 degrees from the vertical), and at the bottom a ragged line of
shreds is emerging.
James Owens ad354 -at- Freenet -dot- carleton -dot- ca
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
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