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On 15 February 2012 13:50, Charles-H.Schulz
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- Do we want a reference set of icons?

Mostly, we want to have a well-maintained set of icons. Currently,
none of the themes meet that definition, as all of them lack icons for
certain actions. That's one of the reasons why I am not exactly 100%
behind creating a completely new icon set – I think, fixing Tango
should go first. Why? Tango may not be everyone's favourite theme
(neither are monochrome icons, ... I digress), but
a) it has an established visual style
b) it's not so hard to find free/license-compliant Tango icons on the internet
c) the theme already exists and only needs extending and updating.
Nevertheless, if people come up with a new, substantial set of quality
icons, I'll do my best to get it into LibO.

- Should we have specific icons for each platform (Tango anyone?)

Only if we can afford it. Currently, we can't really, since there are
so many icons and they are so disorganised and also none of our themes
is complete.

- What about the accessibility (C. Strobbe?)

That might be of the areas where well-done monochrome icons could
actually help. Our current high-contrast icons, as you might know are
a mixture of very pixely Ooo 1 to Ooo 3 icons and are not very


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