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Hi Mirek,

I and Jay agreed that the icons look much clearer without the candy-ish fill, especially the "T" and the omega. Currently, the icons bold, italic and underlined in master use the Gnome 2.20 style, with a rather flat gradient and highlights. Here's a SVG comparing the different versions:

I didn't attend the last two hangouts, so we didn't make a decision regarding the text icon style, but I could attend next week.

Regarding the icon size, is it really that bad if a few icons make use of the 1 px margin? E.g. the text lines in the bullets and numbering icons look too slim if one leaves the margin untouched.

Since we want to get rid of tango-testing and remove it after rescuing all icons good enough for tango, I don't think it's a good idea to add another theme. Many Gnome apps now use the -symbolic set, so the inconsistency won't be that apparent.

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