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2017-01-12 14:03 GMT+01:00 Heiko Tietze <>:

Present: Jay, Tomazs, Kendy, Steve, Heiko


 * Make Breeze the default icon set on Windows
     + 60% Yes after one day
   + Yes (Tomazs)
   + No, because Breeze is not enough colorful and too thin (Jay, Kendy,
   /keep it for now

In Win 7 tango fit's well. I don't know how it will fit in Win 10.
I can't change the breeze icon geometry, but as everything is svg,
color changing wouldn't be a problem to fit windows better.

 * Installer icon
   (last week)
   + Double-check if ico contains multiple images (Jay)
   + Tango is not really up-to-date and not suitable for Windows (Jay)
   + See what other installers use (Jay)
   + Revert change like Stuart mentioned (Jay)
   + Let's check other installers and decide next week what to do (Heiko)
   (this week)
   + Andreas' solution is good (Kendy)
   + leave it as it is as the default is very close to what we have (Jay)
   / Make a test first with a nightly build that contains Andreas'
solution (Kendy)

I used tango icons for the installer, cause the installer is for windows
and tango is the default icon set, so the default design language for

I can also make a proposal for another design language (breeze, galaxy,
sifr, ...)
but I wouldn't prefer to have an installer icon that fit's any LO design
So say what you want and I will have a look if I can make it happen.

Andreas K

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