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Hi Ape,

 I wrote that there is no icon in the error message
( and suggest solutions.

I hope you agree that this is a slightly different thing: our branding
isn't yet complete.
It's a legitimate problem, and I'll just open a new thread about that.

I can not agree with you to create icons 24*24 px:
 - "Small" in themes "Tango" and "Industrial" - 22*22 px, has a transparent
frame in a one px, which increases the size of icons to 24*24 px;
You're right, 24*24px was an oversimplification. Galaxy uses 26*26,
Tango uses 24*24 (with a useless 1px transparent border). Eventually
we should get rid of that useless border around our Tango icons, I
guess. There's nothing really stopping us from that, except that we
still ship too many Industrial icons in our Tango theme (and
Industrial actually uses 24*24 icons).

The point is, though, that we have hardcoded sc_ and lc_ prefixes in
most icon names (I guess those stand for "small colour" and "large
colour" or similar). Actually, we have also huge amounts of icons
using other prefixes or not using prefixes at all.)
Now, this usually only allows for two icon sizes in a theme
(occasionally it might allow for only one).
Yet for Android alone, we'll need three icon sizes; if we want a theme
that we can use on Android and on the desktop, that means we already
need five icon sizes. So, clearly, our current way of packaging themes
doesn't scale at all.


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