Hi every one
I've an idea to propose, but I can't design it actually (I just moved
home and I've a lot to do... more of that I've Internet only on my
The idea is to use the Impress Icon (red paper), but instead of a
screen inside the "paper", having buttons as we would have had in a TV
command (4 or 5, just to understand it's a command app).
This way, we would have the LIbreOffice Impress side (red paper) and
the command side (with the buttons) in the same icon, it seems me
easier for a beginner to recognize the app.
What do you think ?
Le mer. 12 sept. 2012 13:24:09 CEST, Alexander Wilms a écrit :
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Hi Mirek, Sveinn,
unfortunately I don't have the IRC log, hopefully Astron still has it.
Anyway, I created the icon in Inkscape and I also watched that tutorial
some time back.
I knew that the Android guidelines recommended a tilted icon, but
apparently I overdid it a bit. With less tilt it should look a bit
@ Sveinn: The guidelines were the reason why I used perspective, to
make it look similar to the system icons. I'll try green waves next.
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