Tonight I stumbled across a newly-posted Gmail icon at InterfaceLIFT.
The set contains images for the back and front of an envelope, the front displaying a possibly recognisable address.
This may be especially of interest to people looking for an icon to use with Michael McCracken’s excellent dedicated WebKit Gmail browser, although people who use Gmail for their email but Mail.app to read and collect it might be tempted too.
As usual, you can use these instructions to replace the icon in either the WebKit browser or Mail.app.
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