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I am almost finished with the Features page due to be unveiled to the website public on the LibreOffice v.4.0 unveiling day in Feb[1].

If you take a look at it, I am making use of the LibreOffice set of icons for the large sections breaks. Is there anyone who could look at the page and using the same format as the small icons there, create some for the missing sections ... these are only for website use but would still be useful in marketing materials too. These would not be the official set unless we all voted to adopt these (below).

BTW ... we did this for the last page, I can't seem to remembered who did this ... maybe KJ?

The missing icons are for the following sections:

* Core Changes
* Options / General
* Filters
* Localization
* Performance
* Infrastructure
* Linux
* Extensions
* Feature Removal / Deprecation
* API Changes

The would all use our page icon as the backdrop but have some kind of identifying symbol for that particular section ... for example ... for Linux -> page + small penguin icon

Size: 40X48
Format: png

There is very little time left before the page goes live, but, even if I get some icons after the page goes live, I will still incorporate these into the text.

Thanks for any help.



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