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Hi Christoph, all,

Christoph Noack schrieb:
Hi all,

yesterday, I talked about "switching" the colors for the icons ... to
avoid the very dark look and the need to adapt the symbolism as well
(color wise).

If the color switch works for small icons too (didn't try yet), this would be a good approach to include most of the comments, so I'd use it even for the first final version.

Sorry, Björn, but inversion would mean to manually modify most of the gradients, so I think we should leave this way to further improvements.

Here is a proposal how this might look (more infos in my mail extract

Am Montag, den 10.01.2011, 23:22 +0100 schrieb Christoph Noack:
I think t1 is perfect the way it was originally. Just drop the
and reinstate the grey left-inner-border (t1B) and it's a perfect
document icon.

So, question - to combine the requests by Björn, the quick draft by
Bernhard and your ideas. Would it help to ...
       * use t1B as the document icon
       * use d1 plus binder as the template icon

       * The template icon looks significantly different (color)
       * We can keep the color of the symbolism (e.g. color of the
         landscape picture) without loosing contrast
       * Effort for the changes is rather low

Disadvantage: The application icons will look more like document, but
this is okay to me. First step, I'd say :-)

No problem for me at the moment, I think.

Best regards


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