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Re: [Echo] network-(dis)connect icon set



On Sat, 2008-09-27 at 12:21 -0700, Luya Tshimbalanga wrote: 
> Much better. Only comment is the top of socket is sightly blurry on both 16x16 and
> 22x22. Could you also darken the wire on 16x16?
> 
Should be fixed now. Further simplification was needed to avoid the blurriness.


On Mon, 2008-09-29 at 10:26 +0300, Nicu Buculei wrote:
> Overall I like it, but I have a few observations:
> - at 22x22 and 16x16 I feel the icons are not distinctive enough. 
> Sometime disconnection is perceived as an error, so maybe have something 
> red in there?
The problem is that it's only "sometime". In some cases it's used just
to note that something is not running, or that you are in off-line
mode... Therefore I don't want to add anything that would suggest being
it an error.

> - *only* if you have time, as we don't really use that, maybe a slight 
> 3D look for the wall socket in 256x256?
Yeah, I thought about that as well at first, but I decided I'll leave
that for later improvements, as we really don't needed currently...

> - at the first look it was hard for me to understand the shadow, it was 
>   odd. Then I understood that only the cable has shadow, not also the 
> wall socket.
> 
The wall socket is on a wall (which is not visible), therefore it does
not drop any shadow. That's how I came up with the current shadow. I can
change it if you have any suggestions ;-)


I attach PNGs, SVGs are at my fedora people page [1].

Martin

References:
[1] http://mso.fedorapeople.org/echo/Actions/

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