[Libreoffice-ux-advise] [Bug 96835] The main LibreOffice icon could use redesign -- not distinctive enough in some Desktop environments

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Sat Jan 2 09:43:15 PST 2016


--- Comment #6 from m.a.riosv <miguelangelrv at libreoffice.org> ---
(In reply to V Stuart Foote from comment #5)
> @Miguelangel, *
> (In reply to m.a.riosv from comment #3)
> I don't see this a appropriate for the 4.4 releases, although issue of an
> indistinct application icon is certainly present--it is just too late in
> that branch release cycle to be changing it.
> So, I like the idea of lifting the LibreOffice 5 design layout from the
> about banner as the core of the primary application icon! No confusion there.
> Agree it would be nice if the bit level and the branch could be displayed as
> you have done. The Yellow for the release and green for bitness reads well.
> But think the symbology for the 5.x would probably not be needed.

> Down side to this is having to generate a release specific icon for
> each--but once started should be simple enough to maintain.

It`s not a propose, I'm not a designer, only to show what I have done.

But it very well serve me, with more than a dozen of LibreOffice versions
installed. The image from welcome screen I think does a very readable icons.

If we can achieve a good mix of design and productivity, would be nice. Many
icons on desktop don't allow to know what they are at the first glance, even
they are pretty.

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