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Hi guys,

On Sun, Oct 13, 2013 at 10:23 AM, klaus-jürgen weghorn ol <> wrote:

Hi Mirek, Kendy,

Am 11.10.2013 18:54, schrieb Mirek M.:

 I imagine we could just go with something simple
perhaps even a simple label  like the "No label" screen on**design-team/gnome-mockups/**
(If we go for the former, we should probably use the same icon, given that
our new icon sets will be extensions of Gnome's.)
What do you think?

Oh, when I noticed Kendy's mail I thought about something more like that:

A jpeg which can be changed by user like the personas so that even
companies can replace it with their logo or so.

Given that this picture would appear only if no document has been opened, I
don't see the use of allowing customization of the upfront graphic. (That
would just encourage people NOT to open any documents -- that's not what we
want.) I'd also like to avoid fancy graphics, as it'd be a stark difference
to go from no recent files with a fancy graphic to a single thumbnail of a
recent file and the rest of the window blank and, as per our minimalism
principle, I'd like to keep our UI as simple as possible.

As I understand it, it's not a wallpaper Kendy's looking for, but rather an
indicator that there are no recent files to display.

Care to confirm, Kendy?

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