yeah, i might be able to adapt the icons, and i'd like to do it,
but i still have a few questions.
does that mean the color scheme on the wiki isn't actual anymore?
are the tango colors the only colors that are allowed to use, for
example in gradients, or also similar colors?
shall i just change the colors or also adapt the icons to the tango
Am Dienstag, den 08.02.2011, 18:05 +0100 schrieb Jan Holesovsky:
Hi Tobias, all,
On 2011-02-08 at 16:37 +0100, Tobias Bernard wrote:
if that's possible, I'd like to help improving the icons, which i think
don't have yet the style they deserve.
i work with inkscape and gimp on ubuntu maverick.
Great to hear your offer for help - indeed, we'd need a bit of help in
the area of the Tango icon set. Unfortunately, it seems that the
LibreOffice recommended palette does not fit Tango too much, would you
be able to adapt the icons to fit it more?
The second problem is that the icon on the toolbar is too big compared
to the other ones - Thorsten, what is best to do them smaller, anything
in your tooling, or do we need a 24x24 version?
Tobias - attached you can see the current look; adapting it to
http://tango.freedesktop.org/Tango_Icon_Theme_Guidelines when the theme
is switched to Tango would be great; and it is technically very well
possible. If you are fast, we might be able to get it to the 3.3.1
release - we are tagging RC1 today, the GM candidate will be tagged on
The svg source lives at:
How does that sound?
Thank you a lot,
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