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Thank you, I looked at the wiki, and I still have many things clear, to the
source of the logo in 3d I've changed Vegur. About the logo, so change it and
take off the letters d of "The Document Foundation" and put them out.

The rest of the write down suggestions and I get to work on it.

Tonight you will have another upgrade.

Again, thank you very much for your help.

Javier Antonio Nisa Avila - Lexnos Corporation

El 10 de enero de 2013 a las 16:25 "Stefan Knorr (Astron)"
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Hi all,

Re: this:
Not sure the whole 3D part is such a good idea... ?

Indeed we tend to promote rather simplistic interfaces and elements. The
whole 3D part makes me think of an old fashion design.

Javier, I'd invite you to read our branding guidelines (they are
linked from the Whiteboard page too):

Imho, the 3D part is not a huge problem (if a bit resemblant of MSO
2010's look), but you will certainly need to scrap the custom logo and
font, if you want to make this usable for us.
That being said, I am not sure where your green 3D band/river is
flowing... it is a bit weird that the upwards end is flowing to the
left ("backwards") instead of to the right ("forward"). Also, the left
part of the splash screen seems rather empty. In total, I guess, you
could dial down contrasts a little and maybe cover a larger part of
the splash screen in some (light) shade of green.

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