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Hi Christoph!

On 24-01-2011 17:01, Christoph Noack wrote:
Hi Paulo!

Summary: Wow!
Thank you! :D Your icons are great, I just added some details.

True, I never thought that somebody would take it up - I simply thought
about resizing the 128px icons instead. One can be so wrong :-)

However, to make you aware of that - only Windows 7 requires such icons
at the moment. Maybe this helps you to prioritize your efforts if there
are some ;-)
I didn't know that Windows 7 uses the 256px, it's cool! When I made them, I was thinking about branding and better printing , but it's nice the Windows 7 really uses them! :D

This might be helpful for you - although it is not that much content, I
once wrote a few lines to make all the artwork fit together well:
Very nice, thank you for this link! :) Based in your tips, I removed the gloss from Draw icon. Sadly I don't think I can remove the color blending of the objects with gradient without lost my own style. But no problem if it must be done to follow the tip "Balanced: The visual design avoids any extremes. For example, neither extreme coloring nor intensive surface shining effects are used." ;)

Thanks, Ivan. In the meantime we might use ZIP files (allowed, although
the admins don't like it for good reasons) or keep the SVG files. One of
the advantages is, that the preview within Firefox (or other browsers)
let's people quickly have a look at it.
It's true, I didn't think about it. Well, it seems that worth to upload the SVG file.:) Here is my last version:

Thank you for the nice comment, Christoph!

Best regards!
Paulo José O. Amaro
Computer Science Student
Federal University of São João del-Rei
WebDesigner / Linked Empresa Júnior
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