[ubuntu-art] Tangerine in universe
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Thu Apr 6 12:54:15 BST 2006
On 4/5/06, Josué Alcalde González <josuealcalde at gmail.com> wrote:
> El jue, 06-04-2006 a las 00:09 +0200, Ricardo Pérez López escribió:
> > El mié, 05-04-2006 a las 23:52 +0200, Étienne Bersac escribió:
> > > Hello,
> > >
> > >
> > > >> He also note that "ssh", "ftp" are disturbing. Especially for tiny
> > > >> icons. The sharp orange label are too agressive.
> > > >
> > > > I like the tangerine icons, but I don't agree with the above. I
> > > > like the
> > > > "ssh", "ftp" and others, because it's informative and (IMHO) isn't
> > > > disturbing.
> > >
> > > Remember that's just an extern point of view, my father's one. Who is
> > > clueless of smb, dav, ftp and friends, even if he use oftenly smb. He
> > > is going to use dav and even ssh as it just appear in his file
> > > manager with avahi/zeroconf. The anduilos icon is the Mac OS X ssh
> > > server on my iMac (named anduilos). User prefer "bersace's public
> > > file" instead of ssh, and other technical stuffs. That's just a fact.
> > Yes, I'm with you in that. Maybe we could think in a solution which mix
> > the two point of views (newbie and intermediate/advanced).
> > > I also appreciate info label for protocols and formats (odt, etc.),
> > > but i dislike the orange used for those label. Far too sharp. I also
> > > dislike the text in 16x16 icons. That's just annoying.
> > Mmmm... What about brown or dark-yellow for that?
> What I would prefer is brown folders, because there is too much orange
> in my desktop and my nautilus.
> It is the same of title bars. They were too orange at first, and know
> they are brown again. I include a folder example.
Big +1 on the brown tango icon!
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