Le mercredi 07 octobre 2015 à 11:16 +0400, Yousuf 'Jay' Philips a écrit
I think a good icon for it would have a refresh/reload arrow plus a
clock reference, so users dont misunderstand that its only for
restarting the timer.
Also, maybe "Reset" would be clearer than "Restart"? AFAICT, the former
cannot mean "restart the presentation", contrary to the former.
Here are some google examples done by google.
And here is one by wiki.
If it is required that the icons be designed inhouse, then Andreas
(designer working on Breeze) or Papamatti (designer working on Sifr)
could likely create suitables.
Would also be useful to have SVGs for all the presentationscreen-*
so that hidpi versions can be created from them.
Yousuf 'Jay' Philips
On 10/06/2015 10:28 PM, Miklos Vajna wrote:
I've implemented a little new feature on master in the Impress
It looks like this:
As you can see in the gerrit link, I had to add two new icons (one
normal and one mouseover version), but obviously I lack skills to
-- so I just copy&pasted the exchange button's icon as a
I guess something like Firefox's "reload" button would be adequate
but no strong preference. :-)
Could somebody here on this list help me with that? Preferable in
form of a gerrit change that updates those two files. ;-)
Thanks a lot,
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