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Hi everyone:

On 04/03/2013 04:31 AM, Issa Alkurtass wrote:
Hello Marc,

Marc Paré wrote on April 02, 2013 5:02 PM:
I would like to thank you for all of the help you are giving us with
this. The help is really appreciated.
My pleasure :)

(I'm supposed to work on Right to Left and localization problems, but you know, greater good and 

As we are doing this template for all of the native language groups and
for their own use, could you suggest a font for our Arabic marketing
team? We can make a note of the recommended font on the template.
This might sound biased but I suggest KacstOne, it's imperfect but good. It's also packaged with 
I've already used it here

Marc Paré wrote on April 02, 2013 11:46 PM:
Here are a couple of other examples that I have also made[1][2]. Have a
look and see. I have used our official logo svg and changed the colours
to match the website "olive green" as well as matched the black background.
I don't think the olive green looks comfortable on the white background, that's why I changed it in 
the first place.

Also why should this use the community logo? Or are you suggesting another template for community 
In any case the logo is slightly different according to this
 (The text should be bottom aligned with the symbol).

Issa Alkurtass
Here is my feelings about the logo for the brochure[s]. First, the full logo cannot be used if the brochure does not pass the "branding" requirements. So if there is someone who wants to make a brochure and does not want to submit it for "branding" they cannot use the full logo. At that point, we should have a brochure template that could be used that takes off the "TDF" text from the logo. So they can make their brochure and use it. Then they can change the logo to the branded one and submit it for "branding". So the user can have a brochure that looks good and only need to have the "branded" version of the logo substituted for the "non-branded" one.

The original brochure I/we use for the NA-DVD project went through the branding process, as far as I was told by the guy who originally created it, and who no longer on the project. If it did not go through that process, we could not use the full logo.

I would think that it would be a good idea to give our users/marketers the option to download a "generic" brochure that has been made and branded, or give them the option to download a non-branded version to "play with" and edit it for their regional needs.

So I feel we need to have two brochures, or four if you add the A4 and Letter paper size issue into the mix.

Tim L. - LO NA-DVD project

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