File:Question Mark Icon - Blue Box withoutQuestionmarkBlur.svg
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|DescriptionQuestion Mark Icon - Blue Box withoutQuestionmarkBlur.svg||
English: A white question mark with a medium blue outline in a blue box. The box has rounded corners and a blue gradient that gives a glossy, slightly 3-D button look.
|Date||27 June 2008|
This file was derived from: Question Mark Icon - Blue Box.svg by JoKalliauer
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