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Hi Martin, Tom,

Tom said this:
2.  Larger icon sets
For the part about using larger icons i have tried forwarding the email to the Design Team.  They 
probably already have some clever icon sets and some pretty neat tricks for swapping out sets.

Hm, this is a bug (and I know it is, but it would be neat if you could
research if it is already reported). The larger icons won't appear
unless you also choose a different theme. So, to get bigger Tango
icons, do the following: go to Tools, Options, View. Now choose Large
and then switch from e. g. "Tango (Automatic)" to "Tango" (or any
other option, "Galaxy"'s large icons for instance are slightly larger
than Tango's large size).

Martin said that:
So what would be great would be Icons that I can expand up to 80 x 80
pixels, without using the GPU and without modifiing other menu

LibreOffice has well over 4000 different icons, some of them
duplicates, some of them with odd names like "envvl_l.png" ("envelope
von links, large") arranged in folders with odd names. It also doesn't
support SVG icons. Currently, we have small 16*16 icons and large
22*22/24*24/26*26 icons (varying by theme).
So, for now, there are no 80*80 px icons. I hope most of the will
change some time soon, though.
If you are more interested in icon themes, here's a pointer to a bug: .

About the other things, it would be great if you could add them as
bugs in Bugzilla (unless they exist, of course). Also, why not
subscribe to the design team list, if you're interested in making some
of your ideas into specs..?


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