Alexander Wilson has released new icons and a new version of IndieToolbar, bringing it to version 2. IndieToolbar is a utility designed for custom toolbar icon organizing. The latest release features expanded browser support for over 300 icons. According to Alexander Wilson:
Alexander Wilson Studios today releases the latest batch of Internet Explorer Toolbar Icons for OS X, and now all 300 icons can be used with any browser with the new IndieToolbar 2.
The toolbar icons are a supplement to Internet Explorer in Mac OS X, where users may drag and drop graphical links into the IE Toolbar (next to or even in-between the back and refresh buttons) with over 300 icons in eleven categories. Thirty-two of the most popular OS X toolbar icons offered are also available for Internet Explorer 5.1 or later in Mac OS 9.
For those using Safari or another browser--and for those who donit want to be limited to the few icons that can simultaneously fit on the IE Toolbar: the IndieToolbar 2 is a standalone vertical toolbar that lets
users mix and match any 13 of their favorite icons for use with their default browser. Users may also enter and save their own links, if they canit find their favorites among those in the database. The IndieToolbar 2 is available in both Classic and OS X versions.
You can find more information about the latest IndieToolbar and icon releases at Alexander Wilson Web site. Both the IndieToolbar 2 and the site icons are freeware.