danjele at gmail.com
Tue Feb 7 07:58:08 CET 2006
On 2/6/06, Jannis Pohlmann <info at sten-net.de> wrote:
> samuel verstraete schrieb:
> > On 2/6/06, sofar <sofar at foo-projects.org> wrote:
> >>On Mon, 06 Feb 2006 01:38:16 -0800, \"Brian J. Tarricone\" <bjt23 at cornell.edu> wrote:
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> >>>Nick Schermer wrote:
> >>>>I think it\'s good to replace the current Rodent icons by the Tango ones
> >>just out of curiosity - wouldn\'t these live happily side-by-side ?
> > I *think* brian set his veto against the word 'replacing'.... while i
> > think danielle just wants to adjust a theme so it can live happily
> > next to rodent...
more or less that is, mainly the problem is not if to use Tango or
Rodent or whatever :), but let the user to choose the theme he|she
Xfce has a default theme, then everyone can choose. At the moment if
i change the xfce icon theme i don't have an homogeneus DM.
The best way to act is to fix the Rodent theme, then if the user
selects a different one, let's say Tango or any icon theme that will
use those specs, ALL the icons will be replaced.
> No, not really. What he does is summing up information about the two
> naming schemes (the one of Rodent/Xfce and that of Tango) in order to
> adjust the Rodent one. Currently, if you choose any other icon theme
> than Rodent, you still have some Rodent icons (e.g. in the MCS dialog),
> where you'd expect icons of your scheme to be displayed. This is what
> Daniele intends to fix by adjusting the Xfce naming scheme (and perhaps
> inspire the Tango designers to create some new icons, hehe).
you got exactly what i would :).
It shouldn't be that hard, and yes ... having xfce icons in icon
naming spec could help even in that direction.
Nowaday there are GNOME and KDE, but i think XFCE is part of the GNU/Linux DMs.
I would say GNOME, KDE and XFCE, and for this reason XFCE should try
to use as much as possible (and where possible) the freedesktop
This is just my own opinion.
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