Icons: Yasis vs. Dropline Nuovo
Lionel Dricot (aka Ploum)
zeploum at gmail.com
Tue Feb 7 16:47:56 GMT 2006
I think that the two best options so far are :
- keeping the default gnome icon theme, which is currently updated and is
nicer every day.
- switching to Tango or to a theme that follow Tango guidelines. (But I
admit that Tango itself is way too blueish for my taste. it will never fitt
on an Ubuntu Desktop).
Those two themes are widely tested and +/- complete. (or it will be in a not
too distant future) They integrate well with the desktop.
Switching to another theme will :
- possible bugs or inconsistencies (because of lack of testing)
- possible ugliness (if an icon is missing and the default fallback doesn't
fit at all)
- endless discussions on this mailing list because everyone have different
That's, of course, only my point of view ;-)
On 07/02/06, Øivind Hoel <oivind.hoel at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 2/7/06, Henrik Nilsen Omma <henrik at ubuntu.com> wrote:
> > I've been using the 'Yasis' icon set for about a week now and find that
> > it sits really well with the rest of the default theme. OTOH hand,
> > Dropline Nuovo! also fits nicely. I would encourage people to try each
> > of these for a while and consider how well they might work as defaults.
> > We might need to adjust a few icons to work better in Ubuntu, so this
> > would be the time to start thinking about it.
> What's going on with the humility theme? If the Humility theme isn't
> going to be ready for dapper, wouldn't it be a good idea to rather
> have that anyway, but make it fall back on Tango for missing icons?
> Am I missing something?
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