Tux Paint
Open Source Drawing Software for Children

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Tux Paint is free computer art software for children.
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“Within a span of 10 minutes, the computer center had transformed itself from a games-playing room to a room full of creative exploration. I can't explain how it happened, but I give a lot of credit to the programmers who created TuxPaint.” — Takoma Park Maryland Library, May 2012

Stamp Browser - symbols (201-210)

Categories: animals | clothes | food | hobbies | household | medical | military | naturalforces | people | plants | seasonal | space | sports | >symbols< | town | vehicles |

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Note: If you want to download the stamps, do that from the Download page!

Preview Path & Description Sounds Options
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symbols/ money/ 00_symbols/ gbp_1_pound.svg

Pound sign.

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symbols/ money/ 00_symbols/ gbp_2_penny.svg

Penny sign. 100 pence make 1 pound sterling.

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symbols/ money/ 00_symbols/ yen_1_yen.svg

Japanese Yen sign.

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symbols/ money/ canadian/ coins/ 001penny.png

A Canadian 1 cent piece ($.01) called a penny.

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symbols/ money/ canadian/ coins/ 005nickel.png

A Canadian 5 cent piece ($.05) called a nickel.

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symbols/ money/ canadian/ coins/ 010dime.png

A Canadian 10 cent piece ($.10) called a dime.

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symbols/ money/ canadian/ coins/ 025quarter.png

A Canadian 25 cent piece ($.25) called a quarter.

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symbols/ money/ canadian/ coins/ 100loonie.png

A Canadian dollar ($1.00) called a loonie. It’s named after the bird on the coin—a loon.

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symbols/ money/ canadian/ coins/ 200toonie.png

A Canadian two dollar coin ($2.00) called a toonie. (Its name is a play on the name of the one dollar “loonie” coin and the

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symbols/ money/ euro/ coins/ 001.png

A European coin of 1 cent (0.01 €).


To-Do: Display translated strings, too. Display links to descriptive sound files, and translated descriptive sound files.

Options Key:
  • colorable
    Work muchs like brushes - you pick the stamp to get the shape, and then pick the color you want it to be. Nothing about the original image is used except the transparency (from "alpha" channel). The color of the stamp comes out solid.
  • noflip
    The stamp cannot be flipped upside-down.
  • nomirror
    The stamp cannot be mirrored left-to-right.
  • scale
    If the full-sized image for a stamp is initially sized too large or small, a scale factor may be specified. (Scale option may be in a percentage (e.g., "scale 50%"), a fraction (e.g., "scale 2/1" or "scale 1:2"), or a ratio (e.g., "scale 2"). An equal ("=") can be included.)
  • tintable
    This alters the hue of the stamp. (Similar to "colorable," but keeping the detail of the shape.)
    • tinter=normal (default)
      This is the normal tinting mode. (Hue range is +/- 18 degrees, 27 replace.)
    • tinter=anyhue
      This remaps all hues in the stamp. (Hue range is +/- 180 degrees.)
    • tinter=narrow
      This is like 'anyhue', but a narrower hue angle. (Hue range is +/- 6 degrees, 9 replace.)
    • tinter=vector
      This maps 'black through white' to 'black through destination'.

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