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I want to just display a feed for my recent questions/answers and the icons for accepted answer or up-votes. Right now I use two icons from the main Stack Overflow sprite:

Stack Overflow icon example

It wouldn't be hard to make an arrow and a checkmark in insert favorite image editor here, but using the "official" ones was more convenient.

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Take a look at Trademark Guidance.

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Thanks! I will roll my own icons. –  subkamran Apr 5 '11 at 4:10
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@subkamran, FYI - stackapps.com/questions/347/svg-versions-of-the-logos –  YOU Apr 5 '11 at 4:11

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