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Hi Marc,
Am 26.06.2011 20:57, schrieb Marc Paré:
Hi Klaus-Jürgen

Le 2011-06-26 11:14, klaus-jürgen weghorn ol a écrit :
Am 26.06.2011 02:23, schrieb Bernhard Dippold:
hi Klaus-Jürgen, *

klaus-jürgen weghorn ol schrieb:
Hi Bernhard,
Am 25.06.2011 22:22, schrieb Bernhard Dippold:
Hi Andreas, all,

nobody has any opinion on this topic?

Only a little thing: It is more a web banner than a logo, but very

Andreas' request has not been for a mimetype icon that represents the
extension on the desktop, but for a logo at the extension / templates

Ok, I thought it should be a single symbol like [1].


If we combine the "icon" and the "web banner" the page can look like:

To stay consistent with the logo for the LibOCon already used on the
website, I kept the same sizes.

I like the idea of the icon on the top-left with the "puzzle pieces
logo". The colour should change though, it is too pale and difficult to
see. Maybe pick a colour that is not already used by the other
LibreOffice modules and from the LibreOffice colour set?[1]

Christoph proposed a yellow when he talked about the puzzle piece.
I fought with the brandings [1] and I didn't found a good colour.

Maybe someone can tell me which colour we should try.



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