[ubuntu-art] .doc, .xls, etc icons in Humanity Update

Mark Curtis merkinman at hotmail.com
Wed Mar 3 23:57:09 GMT 2010

How about the fact that I have to change it yet again once the new Ubuntu font gets finished?

> Date: Wed, 3 Mar 2010 14:37:50 -0800
> From: euxneks at gmail.com
> To: ubuntu-art at lists.ubuntu.com
> Subject: Re: [ubuntu-art] .doc, .xls, etc icons in Humanity Update
> >> Thank you, if you look through this thread, there are a few other
> >> variations
> >> I did.
> >> Adding stroke, trying a different version of the Ubuntu Title Font.
> >> http://old.nabble.com/file/p27617704/humanity-msword.svg Stroke
> >> http://old.nabble.com/file/p27626085/humanity-msword2.svg Stroke with
> >> alternate font
> I like the second one.
> Why? I think it seems more dynamic, and may convey the idea of
> "filetype" better. The reason I say this is because a W fully
> contained within the document could give the impression of it just
> being a text file - "letters in a document".  Whereas, a W partially
> inside but slightly outside would, in my opinion, give the impression
> of it being part of the document and at the same time, _not_ part of
> the document, perhaps giving more meaning to the typical user  - i.e.
> W being the filetype, which is in essence ephemeral to the end user.
> :) Just my attempts at logically laying out why I like the second one
> better :P  Feel free to rip apart my statement.
> -Chris
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