I guess I overlooked your message... sorry for that.
There's something wrong with the previews in the wiki page (they
aren't there, for me at least) ... do you have any idea, why? It's
pretty awkward having to look through the page source to find the
There are a few niggles, I have, mostly:
* where you use the "flat"/"non-modern" logo, the word Office still
looks "engraved," I think it shouldn't be
Do you mean the inverted logo?
Yes. From http://wiki.documentfoundation.org/Gallery_Logos , use the
fifth style (it is also the last style in the source SVG). Otherwise,
it looks inappropriately fuzzy (to me).
* the green area around the arrow after "Download" should probably use
the same colour as the background and it should also look sharper (?)
I will have a look later.
When I find time in near future I will do some.
I saw that you made the (R) in our logo optional in your SVG, I guess
we shouldn't use that (our Branding page in the wiki at least doesn't
mention anything about this). It'd be great though, if we had more
insight here. Maybe Charles can help?
I took the svg . There is a Trademark. The pngs have none. So I made it
We should work on the Brandings for that.
Christoph, could you comment on the issue of adding the (R) v/ leaving
it out, please? (I know you're subscribed, but am still adding you to
CC, in the hope that's acceptable to you.)
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