On Wed, Apr 3, 2013 at 5:41 PM, Ryan Lerch <rlerch(a)redhat.com
On 04/03/2013 10:25 AM, Ryan Lerch wrote:
On 04/03/2013 03:33 AM, Elad Alfassa wrote:
control-center-3.8.0-2 <tel:3.8.0-2>.fc19 added the Fedora
logo (instead of the GNOME logo) on the details panel of
the GNOME desktop control center. This is a good idea, but
I see two problems:
1) Use the full logotype, not just the logomark
2) The lack of the ™ symbol next to the logomark violates
our own logo usage guidelines .
Elad, Thanks for bringing this up!, However, I dont have a
functioning f19 machine at the moment, would you be able to
upload a screenshot so we can see the logo as it is currently
WE i think we should also just file a bug against this
component in Fedora. Is that the correct course of action?
After a quick look into the patch that changed the logo, it seems
that it is using the following file (the image itself is supplied
by the fedora-logos package):
That file is just the logomark (the F bubble), without the "TM"
If we do want the full logo (fedora + bubble) here, i *think* this
is the file that should be used (once again the file itself is
supplied by the fedora-logos package):
Can anyone else throw any insight on what logo we should present here?
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I attached the screenshot below. IMO, the full logotype
(fedora+bubble) would look *way* better in this screen
That logo (other than the lack of the TM) also looks quite large for the
dialog that is displaying it.
Attached is a couple of mockups of a smaller version of just the logo
(the bottom mockup), and a version with the logotype as well (the top
mockup). IMHO, just the bubble looks better balanced than the logotype
because the distroname underneath is centered.
Note that the attached mockups are just visualisations of ideas, and
should not be interpreted as a final suggestion to implement.