it’s a french simple pin model; may be more legible when colored (coloured) with acute tints .
you can find it here (right click (or ctrl click) and save):
To use it, see here what Eiron explained for the CorkboardPattern.jpg, (adapted by me for the pin):
"For those of you on English systems, I’ll take a stab at installation instructions. It’s fairly easy and safe, but you will be fooling with the Scrivener application package so be careful, backup etc. etc.
Start by using “Download Linked File” on JL’s link.
- Quit Scrivener
- Control(or Right)-Click on the Scrivener application file and choose “Show Package Contents.”
- Drill down to Scrivener/Contents/Resources.
- Drag the file CorkboardPin.tif out of the Resources folder and save it somewhere as a backup in case you change your mind and wish to reinstall it.
- Replace it with Jean-Louis’ new - and correctly named - CorkboardPin.tif file.
- Close the Scrivener Application Package.
- Restart Scrivener
That’s it. Just reverse the operation if you prefer the old corkboard."
thank you Eiron and I apologize for your copyright infringement