The Built-In JMP Icons add-in provides access to the names of the Icons available to you as a JSL programmer. These icon names can be used in Icon Boxes, Button Boxes, Tree Nodes, List Boxes, Tab Page Boxes, add-in menu item icons, and can be set as window icons.
Removed icons from the Button Box tab that are not supported
You can now click on the IconBoxes to select them (along with hover text)
Added warning messages when an icon is only available on Mac/Windows
To run the add-in, click Add-Ins > Built-In JMP Icons.
Icon Box Tab
Button Box Tab
A tip for add-in developers: the icons supported for ButtonBox are also supported for menu item icons when creating an add-in.
UPDATE: Version 3.1 (October 13, 2017)
Added several new icon names courtesy @JeremyFrancis in the comments below.
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