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Þann þri 21.ágú 2012 19:10, skrifaði Alexander Wilms:
Strange, the icons are all aligned to the pixel grid where possible, so 
they should be sharp.
What might be relevant is that this isn't an actual screenshot. I took 
a screenshot and used it in Inkscape. There I hid the old icons with 
rectangles colored like the background and then exported the whole 
drawing as png. If you want to check the SVG:

Well, Inkscape may have added a tiny bit to it.
Ruling out PNG-rendering differences in between
browsers/apps/distros, I decided to hack/ruin my

LoDev3.6 in my OpenSuse12.4 does have RGB = 239, 239, 239
for background (close to your screenshots).
By exporting icons from your SVG, resize the canvas to 24x24
in GIMP and replacing the icons in
/opt/lodev3.6/share/config/ (internal folder
        (...only those so far... :-(

The result can be seen here:

And the zip is here (2.4Mb if someone cares):

The letters may have a tiny-bit more contrast (and I f**kd
up the alignment), but otherwise it's the same as in your

So I guess that to use those new darkish icons we'll have to
carefully choose the background color.
Or to rethink the icons.

Best regards,
Sveinn í Felli

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