Icons in the fast-user-switching menu: mock

Odysseus Flappington deriziotis at gmail.com
Sun Nov 16 10:50:21 GMT 2008

I agree, puny is the right word.. Also 'incomplete' comes to mind.

I read the discussion where it was decided not to use icons (can't remember
the link now), however, looking at the mock-up in this thread, I do feel it
looks more complete with the icons.

I can't see any other reason not to include them really.. so, I'm on the
other camp on this one I'm afraid.


On 15/11/2008, Jo-Erlend Schinstad <joerlend.schinstad at gmail.com> wrote:
> Actually, the decision to not add icons for everything was a conscious one
> and I prefer it that way. However, the menu does look a bit ... puny? I
> added a user to my system and this person has a really, really long name; 26
> characters. Afterwards, I noticed that the menu actually looked a lot better
> then. Perhaps it should simply get a wider minimum width?
> Jo-Erlend Schinstad
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