2012/2/26 Ivan Filho <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Yes, your icons are really more logical, but I think it's better to keep
the default symbols for cut, copy and paste. There's no reason to make it
different than others - this will only make them confusing to people.
But what if we could convince others to use the same metaphor?
It's happening with the Save icon, with icon packs slowly phasing out the
floppy disk in favor of a down arrow.
I don't think it would be that confusing -- the clipboard icons would all
have a connecting element.
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