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Kyrre Ness Sjobak wrote:
| s�n, 01.05.2005 kl. 12.08 skrev Nicu Buculei:
|>Craig, you are sure we are talking about the same icons? The ones from
|>devel (OOo 1.9.x) not the ones from FC3 (Bluecurve)
Yes, I'm talking about OOo 1.9x icons. The bluecurve icons are good and an
excellent choice for business. However, regardless of your opinion, I prefer
Sun's icons. Frankly, they will be far more familiar and friendlier to newbies
and desktop users transferring from one a windows environment especially if the
company properly transitions to the necessary open source apps prior to any
linux desktop migration.
| Which aparently come from Sun.
| I agree that the *old* OO 1.x icons where nice and really really easy to
| identify (and it looks like the "filetype" icons are still the same as
| the old ones - hooray!) - and i want'em back. Only need to create a icon
| for "OO database"... (the database icon is the only recognizable one -
| but it has to go for a icon that is similar to the others.)
That's your opinion and if you want one, you probably won't have to wait long.
Bluecurve is one of the only themes to include their own personal icons for OOo
apps and I'm sure the database app will be added for RHEL 4 if for no other purpose.
Moreover, the lack of "red hat" logos and icons is the purposeful and the final
(visual) step in accomplishing the mission of fedora to be as close to upstream
as possible. Therefore, the default GNOME theme is being used as default. If you
want the the Bluecurve theme, just choose it from the theme app located in the
preferences menu or download it from the gnome site, your choice. Don't expect
them to go back now that they've finally transitioned away from corporate logos,
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