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Topic # 76912 8-Feb-2011 17:31 Send private message

Hi guys

I don't suppose any of you kind folk have made up a new FOUR logo for Windows 7 Media Center that you'd like to share???

Thanks in advance!

Blair. 




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  Reply # 436904 8-Feb-2011 17:40 Send private message

TIVO may want it too, as they are missing the logo too.

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  Reply # 436928 8-Feb-2011 18:51 Send private message

Goodness - I didn't look very hard did I? Thanks for this - and thanks for the efforts of RhysB for doing such a great job with the logos.

Just another request, and this would fit with the freeview logo, could you perhaps look at a B&W Australian Network logo to complete the series???




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