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Erich Christian wrote (30-12-11 11:45)

I'd go for a change, neither elderly people nor 'youngsters' associate
anything useful with the symbol. Having asked my teenagers (13, 16, 19)
who are familiar with computers ever since, they cannot remember floppy
although I've been using some until a couple of years ago and also their
machines came with floppy slots for long...

IMO most important question is what people look for if they want to store something.
For me that would be a Ctrl-S-icon ;-)
And I guess ... for most other it is the well known icon ?!

 - Cor

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