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[libreoffice-design] Bold and Italic icons


Hi everyone,
Sorry for the delay in putting new design topics up -- I've been away from
the Internet today.
As nobody had any issues with the alignment icons, they've been marked as
approved. This means that they can be included in LibreOffice, but doesn't
mean that we can't improve on them if anyone has any ideas.
Now it's time to discuss and iterate on the proposed Bold and Italic
icons<https://wiki.documentfoundation.org/Design/Whiteboards/Flat_icon_set>.
Keep in mind that the result of this discussion will determine whether we
use an uppercase or lowercase A to represent text.

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I'll kick off the discussion:
I would prefer to utilize an uppercase A, as it's crisper, more inline with
our design goals, and corresponds to the use of uppercase letters in most
other icon packs. If we need a thicker bold icon, we could put an outline
on it...

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