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I'm more of a programmer than designer so forgive me. I am looking to sharpen my UX design skills though.

I found plenty of websites that give impressive sets of glyphs and icons, but I've been looking for one that has eluded me for days and it seems really simple. I need a simple white flag icon, but more than just 2 rectangles also. :)

Something like this but a little more refined:

Any ideas where I can find one or perhaps convert the above to something that would fit into a Glyph set like this (

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closed as not constructive by Jack, Farray Dec 8 '12 at 15:50

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Welcome to GD! Even though you got an answer, I've closed this question as it doesn't really represent the sort of questions we encourage. To be a viable question, it should address 1 specific need that can be answered objectively. – Farray Dec 8 '12 at 18:15
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Finding: this should be the easiest part, there are so many free icons on the web. I found this free one on iconfinder in seconds:

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For converting: the glyph set you linked has the PSD file included, so matching it should be easy by copying and applying the layer style.

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So you should have everything you need, but for the future, if you need an icon to match the set you have perfectly, why not ask the designer of the iconset? I am sure he would be glad to help you for a small fee.

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Thank you for your answer! I didn't know about iconfinder, but it's amazing and is probably the best thing to come out of this question. I know there are many, but do you mind recommending 1 or 2 other similar resources that you use? Greatly appreciated. – Emin Israfil Dec 8 '12 at 16:36

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