tim at linfiniti.com
Sat Nov 15 16:49:42 EST 2008
On Fri, 2008-11-14 at 09:07 -0800, Robert Szczepanek wrote:
> Hi Paolo and Tim,
> Starting with GRASS icons, I slowly finish first with QGIS ones :)
> To complete a new theme I would however appreciate your comments.
> QGIS has really nice icons in default theme. I was impressed! But different
> toolbars look inconsistent. There are at least three styles.
Agreed - I had to stop tweaking them at some point because the document
writers needed a frozen gui, but this is something I would like to
address in future. However looking at the work you are doing maybe I
dont need to worry :-)
> Here you will find short [4 questions] survey on new theme:
I completed the survey, hope that helps!
> Other toolbars has troubles with full themes support and I didn't put them
> in print screen, but icons for them are also almost ready.
> There is no space to put comments, so please send them to mailing list.
I think your icons are really beautiful and it really helps using a set
colour pallette. I would really like to try them out in real world
useage - could you make a preview version available for us to try?
Are they created as svgs? I was hoping to globally replace png icons for
svg in a future version of QGIS as they (svg icons) offer various
How far off are you from having complete replacements for all QGIS icons
(if you are even planning that)?
> Robert Szczepanek
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