Hi Joey, all
I think we manage to finalize this task soon - great work, Joey!
Johannes Bausch schrieb:
following your discussion I added another draft - which is rather a
step backward, but I see that the connected ligature is your main
If I understand the comments right, some people feel more comfortable
with the distinct characters.
In fluent text they probably would not have even mentioned the
difference (except the more balanced general visual impression), but in
comparison with the present logo they felt different.
Thanks for taking these thoughts into account and to present a
compromise containing all the other tiny modifications you included in
order to create an improved visual impression.
I compared your last proposal with the current logo here:
If anybody wants to be pointed to the differences, please have a look at
Joey's userpage in the wiki (I won't provide the link here, but you'll
For me it is much more important to compare the general impression
rather than the tiny modifications.
So I ask you to vote on this comparison:
Which logo is more balanced and expresses better the feelings we want to
be associated with LibreOffice?
And if you prefer the present logo: Should we include the other
modifications except the "ffi" in the old logo?
PS: I don't vote now, because some people might look at the image
already with my voting in mind which might influence their decision...
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