John Haugeland wrote:
>>> I'd like to offer new icons for TortoiseSVN/CVS.
>> Wow, finally someone who can really handle a brush and do some
>> professional graphics work for TortoiseSVN. Wonderful!!
> Heh, my artist can draw circles around me. This is just programmer
> art by a programmer who's been paying attention to his artist.
>> If you check out
>> ... XPStyle set is generated from Stefans svg sources.
> Is it a problem that I am only able to work in bitmap? They're large
> bitmaps, and should not cause resolution problems for the forseeable
> future, but it's a limitation of my skillset and toolset which I
> cannot circumvent.
No, not a problem at all. You can work on bitmaps if you like.
> Incidentally, that url is login protected.
Our source repository doesn't allow anonymous access, but it's still
accessible for everyone. Just use "guest" as username, leave the
>> Wow, they look good! It would be interesting to see them in "list"
>> or "report" mode, because these are the most critical views
>> concerning icon size (and for me the most used).
> I don't actually know what you mean, unless you mean integrated into
> the windows shell. Provided an explanation I will endeavor to
The explorer has different views for showing the files. The 'detailed'
view is the one which uses the smallest icons.
>> Our Icon license is here:
> That's login protected too.
Again here, use "guest" as username, leave password empty.
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Received on 2008-09-30 07:17:12 CEST