This is a new section under development. Plans are to expand it to include downloadable "insulator clipart" that can be used for producing show flyers, documentation, show contracts, old advertising, etc.
Try this for a web page background, or for your Windows background wall paper!
|Click on the picture at the left to see the true beauty of this!
Select one of the following formats; save it by right-clicking on the name and selecting "Save Target as..."
Tried of that Microsoft Windows logo when you boot up your PC running Windows 95/98/ME? Well, try out one of these classy animated startup screens! Note: They do not work under Windows NT, 2000 or XP.
Insulator Collectors On the Net Logo
The red, white and blue colors radiating out animate in a counter-clockwise motion around the ICON logo.
National Insulator Association Logo
The rectangles in shades of blue animate outward towards the edges of the screen.
Crown Jewels of the Wire Logo
The rectangles in shades of red, yellow and green animate outward towards the edges of the screen.
Rainbow Riders' Trading Post Logo
The red, blue and green colors radiating out animate in a counter-clockwise motion around the horse and rider.
To install one of the startup screens, do the following:
If you have trouble, just send mail to the Webmaster and I will try and help you! It is worth the work!!
This section contains icons which work for all versions of Windows. These can be downloaded, and used any place an icon image can be used, such as for a "shortcut". More details about how to use them will be posted as time permits. For now, I just wanted to make these available to people! When you click on an image, you will probably get a popup message from your Web browser. You should save the file (which will be of type .ICO) to disk.
|CD 154||Kim Chapman|
|CD 257||Kim Chapman|
|ICON logo||Kim Chapman|
|NIA logo||Bill Meier|
The following are 256 color icons. To use them under Windows you have to enable special settings. Under Start > Settings > Control Panel > Display make the following change:
|CD 112.4||Bill Meier|
|CD 121||Daron Nelson|
|CD 140||Daron Nelson|
|CD 201||Daron Nelson|
|CD 263||Daron Nelson|
|CD 328.2||Charles Robinson|
This section contains animated cursors which work for all versions of Windows. More details about how to use them will be posted as time permits. For now, I just wanted to make these available to people! When you click on an image, you will probably get a popup message from your Web browser. You should save the file (which will be of type .ANI) to disk.
Under Start > Settings > Control Panel > Mouse click on the Pointers tab. Click on the cursor you want to customize (I recommend using this for the "Busy" cursor), and browse for the .ani file you saved in the above step. Click OK and your "busy" cursor should be set!
|CD 112.4||Chris Sistrunk|
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