[Tango-artists] Request for more ArtLibre/Scribus Icons
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Fri Mar 9 05:21:24 PST 2007
Antoine Cailliau wrote:
> Here's are the icons I use for Inkscape. I hope that the metaphors are
> pretty good and the realisation not so bad :)
> I've the svg, so if you want it, just ask it.
> Have a good day,
Nice work on these, but I feel that a simpler approach to the shapes
might be needed, something along the lines of those used in Adobe
Indesign (and the rest of the suite as well?). We also need to focus on
the icons that are left.
Here is a mockup showing the icons we currently use in Scribus  that
Craig referred to. What is most urgent right now is figuring out
metaphors and images for the things Craig listed.
These metaphors are pretty good already and would just need some
* Make horizontal gaps between items equal to the value specified
* Make vertical gaps between items equal to the value specified
They are the ones with X and Y in the Distribute section of the dialog .
> On Fri, 2007-03-09 at 00:16 +0100, Craig Bradney wrote:
>> I am wondering if someone would be able to continue the work that Lapo did, or
>> Lapo even.. There are 6 icons left in the Scribus 1.3.4cvs align and
>> distribute dialog that I would like to see if they can be done for 1.3.4
>> The remaining 6 are as follows:
>>>>> Make horizontal gaps between items equal to the value specified
>>>>> Make vertical gaps between items equal to the value specified
>>>>> Make horizontal gaps between items and sides of page equal
>>>>> Make vertical gaps between items and the top and bottom of page equal
>>>>> Make horizontal gaps between items and sides of page margins equal
>>>>> Make vertical gaps between items and the top and bottom of page margins
>> Another one I see missing is a basic draw line icon. There isn't one on the
>> art libre page either.. just a basic straight line but in keeping with the
>> other icons. Is there one drawn for Gimp perhaps?
>> There are some more areas like the node palette but that will be less used
>> than the A&D one and therefore if the above 7 could be sorted the main front
>> end would be fairly well covered.
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