[Tango-artists] Dealing with Hidden versions of icons
jimmac at novell.com
Wed Nov 2 09:52:55 PST 2005
On Wed, 2005-11-02 at 09:44 -0400, Steven Garrity wrote:
> We've had a bit of discussion yesterday in #tango "hidden" versions of
> Currently, the icon-naming-spec contains two entries for hidden
> directories (x-directory-normal-hidden and x-directory-remote-hidden).
> There seems to be consensus that a 50% transparent versions of icons is
> a good way denote "hidden" status. It may make more sense for apps
> (Nautilus, Konqueror, etc.) to make the normal icons transparent, rather
> than having separate "hidden" versions of the icons.
> This approach also has the advantage of being able to make *any* icon
> look "hidden" (could be useful for mime-type icons, etc.).
> If we do want to go this route, perhaps we should remove the
> x-directory-normal-hidden and x-directory-remote-hidden entries from the
> icon naming spec and somehow make it official that applications should
> leave it up them to make hidden icons transparent.
Attached is a removal patch to make things a bit easier for dobey.
Should the suggestion to deal with the hidden items be part of the
Jakub Steiner <jimmac at novell.com>
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