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From "Dennis E. Hamilton" <>
Subject RE: old colored vs new monochrome icons
Date Fri, 16 Dec 2011 01:43:57 GMT
For what it's worth Part II: I just checked the installed-icon sizes of all 
the LibreOffice ones, and they do just fine without any letters or wording on 
them at all.  (They don't have the extra-large ones that will be shown if 
available on Windows 7, so one of the smaller one appears at that size 

I assume if ODF "branding" is used, those icons can be used by any 
ODF-supporting implementation?

 - Dennis

-----Original Message-----
From: Dennis E. Hamilton []
Sent: Thursday, December 15, 2011 17:26
Subject: RE: old colored vs new monochrome icons

For what it's worth, absent some sort of conformance test for ODF documents, I
am not that thrilled to see OpenOffice provide icons that may suggest a bit
too much alignment with the ODF specifications.

(I was similarly distracted when the OOoAuthors decided to become the
ODFAuthors, but what they write about is and LibreOffice at the
user level.)

I'm not sure OASIS would be pleased either, but I have no interest in pursuing
that question.

-----Original Message-----
From: Pedro Giffuni []
Sent: Thursday, December 15, 2011 15:24
Subject: Re: old colored vs new monochrome icons

--- Gio 15/12/11, drew <> ha scritto:

> Just a heads up - I've started coloring the current
> monochrome set also,

COOL! Thanks for letting us know!

> I;m taking a very minimalist approach - sometime over the
> There really is two simple ways that I see
> - one just change the ODF box

I think just changing the ODF box would be fine, but it's
a great idea to modify only the big scale icon first
to see how it looks.


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