On Wednesday 19 May 2010 17:02:17 S.Kemter wrote:
Am Mittwoch, den 19.05.2010, 16:29 +0200 schrieb Pavol
On 05/19/2010 04:06 PM, Javier Llorente wrote:
The Bento theme's menu is already using some
Oxygen icons. And they
look nice. Why change that? It also fits the overall openSUSE style
Global menu used to use Oxygen icons but now it is using custom iconset
created by gnokii.
a few months ago was henne in artwork chan and asked which icon set
should be used on the new wiki.
We definitely should have involved Robert, Jakub and Garrett for their
expertise on the subject.
I was happy that henne asked that because its a
important thing actually
our wiki looks like a box-room. Looking only of the OWN mixed using.
I was that time for tango, I have the same opinion like Garrett, jimmac
and rlihm on that. Tango is from our own house and its more useful at
Its not important for me to use Tango or Oxygen
because I am a KDE or
Gnome user, for me is more important to use only one style.
Couldn't agree more.
I'm all for Tango too, also because it looks a lot better on websites IMHO.
People, don't pick Oxygen because it's what your favourite window manager is
using by default. The Oxygen icons are indeed way too "crowded" with details,
Tango does a better job in terms of usability (in this case, "boring" is a
Practicality+usability > shiny
And Robert's opinion counts ten-fold here, he's a web designer, we're not
(well, some of us try to be at times but... (and that includes me ;)) (and as
you can see I'm a developer, I always balance braces)).
-o) Pascal Bleser <pascal.bleser(a)opensuse.org>
-- I took the green pill
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