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Hi all,

I didn't really like the Vegur font icon items so I remade them... see [1]
bottom row.



On Sun, Jan 30, 2011 at 11:17 AM, Jaron Kuppers <>wrote:

Hi Ivan and Paulo,

Please see [1] some new icons that use the correct shadowing.  There are
three different iterations of design (very subtle differences) which can
be mixed and matched based on what people like.  Essentially the top row is
a reworked "old" style (incorrect shadowing) but may be useful at some later
date for button clicks or the like.  Then the bottom 3 rows are the new
icons.  I attempted to use the "Vegur" font for the "i", "!", and "?" to be
consistent with other LibO themes; however it had to be modified to be
practical for the icons.  Frankly I very much dislike the "?" in the Vegur
font and if people think its okay I can redesign the icons with non-Vegur
font characters.

Let me know what you like, dislike or if you want me to rework them
entirely.  Also, is there a wiki page for this topic?  I can upload my
source file.



On Fri, Jan 28, 2011 at 11:02 PM, Jaron Kuppers <>wrote:

Hi all,

FYI, I am working on Ivan's request for more appropriate "images."
Actually I am done but have a busy evening so won't be able to send the
final product until tomorrow morning (USA time).


2011/1/28 Paulo José <>

Hey Ivan, great job!

I liked your CSS styles and I love how you made use of :after, :before
and box-shadow! They look great in both Firefox and Chrome. Did you test in
Internet Explorer [Oh, the horror]? :P Anyway, really really good job, man!

Just a think that came to me now... Would be great if you'll make some
examples of Jquery use, I don't know, maybe in galleries, slideshows, these
cool things. Or even of CSS transsitions! :)

Thank you for your effort! This is much appreciate!

On 28-01-2011 09:32, Ivan M. wrote:

Hi all,

Near the very end of the confcall, we discussed the need for a wider
range of CSS styles on the website. I have created a few to get the
ball rolling - you can see them at [1]. The CSS pertaining to these
styles can be found at [2]

Please feel free to propose other styles (especially text styles that
can be used to make text-heavy pages a little more interesting).
I was also wondering if someone could create more fitting images
(information, warning, error, etc) which are in line with our branding
style (e.g. using inner shadows and LibO colors)? The ones there are
intended to be temporary and were sourced from [3].



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