[Tango-artists] Request for icons
dobey at novell.com
Wed Aug 9 07:26:39 PDT 2006
The idea is that ok and apply should be the same icon. This doesn't work
so well in dialogs that have both Apply and OK buttons though. I'm not
sure what the solution is there. I really hate the idea of a button
saying "OK" anyway, as it's an abbreviated form of an English word, and
we end up with poor translations because of it, not to mention that it's
used a lot of times when things aren't necessarily okay.
Perhaps the dialog-* bits in the spec need a bit of review still. It
would be great if this could be brought up on a more appropriate list,
where hopefully other desktops' developers could chime in, such as the
xdg list on freedesktop.
On Wed, 2006-08-09 at 15:39 +0200, Simon TRENY wrote:
> Could you just tell me if you are planning to add "dialog-apply" in
> the naming specs of Tango? I think this one is missing. Or maybe we
> should use "dialog-ok" for Apply?
> Regards :)
> On Thu, 3 Aug 2006 14:22:00 +0200,
> Simon TRENY <simon.treny at free.fr> wrote :
> > Hello,
> > I am the main developer of Etk, a toolkit (as GTK or QT) using the EFL
> > (the EFL are a set of libraries developed and used by the window
> > manager e17). You can see an old screenshot of some test apps using
> > ETK here:
> > http://mtreny.free.fr/etk/etk_apps.png
> > As you can see on the screenshot, I'm using the default icon set of
> > the Tango Project as the default icon set for Etk. The existing icons
> > look really good with the Etk's default widget theme. But some
> > important icons are still missing.
> > The missing icons that I would need are mostly icons for the buttons
> > of the dialogs:
> > - "dialog-cancel"
> > - "dialog-close"
> > - "dialog-ok"
> > I also haven't found a "dialog-apply" icon in the naming specs, maybe
> > it could be useful too (or it could be the same icon as "dialog-ok").
> > I would also need an icon for "application-exit".
> > So if somebody have time to create these icons, it would be really
> > great :)
> > Thanks for your great work,
> > Simon TRENY <MoOm>
> > PS. Sorry for my English :o
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