I think that file type icons sent to me by you will be great.
Interface graphics (small toolbar icons in fe. Writer) for me is also (for
today) bad - this icons have too much colors and, some of them, too many
detail (eg. "Paste", "Font color"). This icons should be clear to understand
and simple in design. Some of them have "cold" colors and others have more
colors (eg. "Increase indent" [mainly white and dark blue] and "Font color"
[blue and brown]) - they are diffrent in colors, I don't like it. *For me
all of this icons should be similar in colors and simplicity*.
It's my opinion.
2011/2/3 Ivan M. <firstname.lastname@example.org>
2011/2/3 Paweł K. <email@example.com>:
I am writing about file type icons (fe. DOC, DOCX, ODT) and also about
in LibreOffice toolbars (fe. button "Save", "Bold"). As I said, I like
from OpenOffice 3.2.1.
Thanks for fast reply and sorry for my bad English.
Thanks for clarifying that - Christoph was right (he usually is ;P)
We had lots of negative feedback on the OOo mailing lists about 3.2.1
icons (mainly because they lacked color) - it was quite a significant
issue and it made lots of users angry. One of the first things LibO
did was to revert the icons to the pre-3.2.1 style before new icons
could be implemented. We are now (almost) ready with those new icons,
and you can see them on this image:
For me they offer the best of both worlds: an improved design and much
needed color. What do you think?
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