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Hi Paulo!

Before I start - wow, it's always amazing how quick you can come up with
such stuff (I didn't even invested the time to look on your other icons,
I'm totally curious...).

Am Sonntag, den 06.03.2011, 15:04 -0300 schrieb Paulo José:
Yeah, I tried your and Christoph's suggestions and the result seems to 
be actually better: 

The Style 1 and 2 have the same size of "Page Zoom" icons (9px large) 
and each one have a gradient style (the Style 2 matching the Page Zoom 
icon's gradient). The Style 3 and 4 are 1px larger (10px large), the 
exactly same size of my previous proposal.

Mmh, from the visual point-of-view, I prefer the 10px large icons - it
just looks more balanced with the '*' inside. And the new outline looks
great as well ...

Concerning the differences to the other icons - some people may call me
"Mr. Consistency", but in this case it might be okay to be different
(having in mind that we finally will end up in revamping the whole
interface). The difference is "document" (your icon) and "page" (the
existing icons in the status bar).

One little (last) thing - when I looked at the icons, I noticed that the
behavior of the items in the status bar are different. To be honest, the
status bar is no status bar (only), since there are control elements
like the zoom slider etc. Therefore, I wanted to better separate the
"active" and the "inactive" items - along with some better visibility of
"information is important" (document unchanged) and it is important
(document changed). Thus, I slightly increased the transparency in the
former case:

Paulo - in this case I'd like as you in the first place. Would this be
still okay to you? Feel free to answer straightforward ;-)


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