[ubuntu-art] Night Impression Beta & Humnaity theme changes
baerjj at gmail.com
Tue Oct 6 14:47:12 BST 2009
> On Sat, 2009-10-03 at 16:04 -0400, Andrew SB wrote:
>> On Wed, Sep 30, 2009 at 1:54 AM, mac_v <drkvi-a at yahoo.com> wrote:
>> > On Sun, 2009-09-27 at 17:21 -0700, j_baer wrote:
>> >> Hello everyone,
>> >> In preparation for the Karmic Beta (10/1) I uploaded a new build
>> >> of the Night Impression Theme to the wki. The main change is adopting
>> >> new Humanity icon theme.
>> > Hi,
>> > Just a heads-up, Humanity theme will soon be available as two themes ,
>> > "Humanity" and "Humanity-Dark" in the default install.
>> > Humanity works well with light panels and Humanity-Dark for Dark
>> > We have done this due to concerns of lack of contrast in the panel
>> > icons.[Single shade didnt work well for both light and dark panels as
>> > had hoped]
>> > So , since Night Impression is using a dark Panel , the
>> > would be a better option. As "Humanity" panel icons will be darker and
>> > be even less visible on a dark panel :)
>> > Since we are in beta freeze right now , this new icon theme will be
>> > uploaded after beta release.
>> > Also, anyone using a dark panel might want to change their theme.
>> We're out of Beta Freeze, and I'd like to make one final
>> community-themes upload before we hit Final Freeze. This will include
>> Night Impression build 90926-1 and Hanso 4.4. Do you have a time table
>> for the Humanity changes so I can get all the correct inherits and
>> Depends right for Night Impression? I'd really like to do this all in
>> one upload.
>> - Andrew
> The release team wanted to test it a bit more.
> Last I heard it should be updated on Monday.
Do you have a status on the Humanity-Dark theme? I am ready with
Night-Impression but I do not want to upload a new build to the wiki until I
know the icon theme is ready.
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