Hi David, all,
David Tardon wrote:
On Tue, Apr 05, 2011 at 11:42:42AM +0100, Caolán McNamara wrote:
On Tue, 2011-04-05 at 11:34 +0200, Andreas Proschofsky wrote:
*) Add 256x256 pixel versions of the LO icons
caolanm->dtardon: didn't you fix this already, or at least tweak
something to generate the correct size ?
Well, not really. I just fixed the sysui/desktop/shared/create_tree.sh
script to use 128x128 px versions of the icons (that we had had already)
in addition to the other, smaller, resolutions.
Could you implement 256x256 px versions too?
Of course the best thing
to do would be to install scalable versions of the icons alongside the
scaled ones, but I haven't found these anywhere in the tree... Do we
have SVG's of the icons?
They are part of the large source file:
While extraction of .png bitmaps is realized via a script by Thorsten
Behrens, I don't see a solution for automatic creation of flat SVG files
for the single icons.
We could do this for the present icons manually, but I think this is not
reasonable to do this on every new iteration of the icons.
Does anybody know about UI integration of SVG icons on other
platforms and distribtutions?
Would it be reasonable to create single SVG files now?
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