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Re: [Echo] from which icon set derive missing icons?

On Sat, 2007-09-29 at 10:58 +0200, Andreas Nilsson wrote:
> Martin Sourada wrote:
> > Hi,
> >
> > the current state of things in Echo is that we derive first from
> > Clearlooks and then from Gnome. I'd suggest to drop the Clearlooks as
> > the Gnome icon theme has already 22x22 icon set and so we would improve
> > the current situation a lot. Also, I think that the Gnome icon theme
> > styling is closer to Echo than Clearlooks is (and I'd strongly suggest
> > to use Gnome or Tango metaphors rather than Bluecurve ones). It would be
> > especially helpful for action icons as we use mostly the same
> > perspective for these (flat). It has one drawback though (which should
> > be easy to fix) - it uses gnome foot instead of fedora logo for the
> > menu. Any thoughts on this? 
> >
> > Thanks,
> > Martin
> Um, Clearlooks don't have any icons, does it?
> - Andreas

It does have some gtk stock icons like gtk-apply, gtk-cancel, etc. But
it derives from Bluecurve and together they pull a set of icons that are
blurry in menus... And I think that the new Gnome icon set is visually
closer to Echo than Clearlooks + Bluecurve.


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