Tobias Bernard schrieb:
ok, i've reworked the banner, trying to consider all your suggestions,
but i didn't understand what's wrong with the spacing (point one in the
The distance of the logo (in your case the symbol at the bottom of the
banner) to every graphical element outside the logo shouldn't be less
than half the width of the symbol.
As the symbol reached nearly the borders of the banner, elements put
beside the banner could have compromised the symbol - reducing the
visual impression we want to achieve with our logo and it's elements.
But in your new version (I add the link again:
this is much better! Only the vertical distance especially to the
"Donate now!" badge is a bit small.
if you have futher suggestions, just tell me ;)
The word cloud is much easier to read :-)
Unfortunately this reduces the impression of a word cloud a bit. Did you
try to have a bit more space between the single words?
I don't know, if this works and stays readable - perhaps with more
different font sizes, using green and large font for one word only, some
smaller and green, some larger and grey?
Just an idea - might be totally wrong...
ps: why does the the svg file have such an ugly preview?
The preview is better than none as we had it on the OOo wiki ;-)
But honestly I don't know. Some SVG images are rendered well, Some other
have problems with text and underlying graphics, some don't show the SVG
at all. Turning the text into path helps sometimes, but this is no
option for text we probably want to modify / translate later on.
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