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Wed Nov 14 02:03:09 PST 2012
On Wed, Nov 14, 2012 at 11:49 AM, Andreas Neumann <a.neumann at carto.net>wrote:
> I agree that Mathieus' proposal is an improvement and doesn't radically
> change things (keeps brand recognigion). It is better legible than the
> previous version of the logo.
> But the more important thing is that people should start using SVG icons
> instead of PNG icons in their toolbars, GUI, etc. - for my own inhouse
> Python plugins I tend to use SVG icons. The other benefit you'll get is
> that at the same time you'll have editable versions in your repos,
> without having to keep multiple separate files.
> Think about all the new high-res displays. Rasterized versions will
> never do the job, even with multires rasters. Use the SVG versions
> instead and you can scale to any size.
> QT supports SVG icons - so why not using them everywhere?
+1 from me it would be good to use them for our toolbars etc.
> BTW: the same applies to QGIS webclient - the other project I am working
> on. When IE8 is not around anymore, I will start to replace all these
> raster icons with SVG versions of the icons. IE 7 and 8 are the only
> blockers here.
> Am 14.11.2012 10:38, schrieb Tim Sutton:
> > Hi
> > My 2c - I really like Mathieu's evolutionary proposal. At the same time
> > running a contest to see what other ideas we can shake out of the trees
> > seems like a good idea (just be sure to include Mathieu's proposal too!).
> > Now would definately be a good time to run such a contest.
> > Regards
> > Tim
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