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Re: Lill contribution...

From: Stefan Fuhrmann <stefanfuhrmann_at_alice-dsl.de>
Date: Mon, 21 Sep 2009 22:04:04 +0200

Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com> wrote:

> Forwarding to the dev list so others can comment on the icons too.
> From: Nobody Quite <thereaintnomailformeagain_at_gmail.com>
> Thank you!
> I've drawen few ones here.
> Depth overlays:

> ,

> ,

These look good. Maybe, we will need the first one in red
as well (we've got 4 depth levels).

> External (

> ) and nested (

> )

Yep, nicer than the current ones.

I think we have to see how these 5 overlays against look
when superimposed on typical file / folder icons. Typically,
we would need to tweak hue, brightness or size ...

It took TSVN years to optimize the current overlays ;)

> If they are OK i'll make ico files. If they are not, i'll try to draw
> something different.
> Then the basic turtle image for about and settings

That one looks good as well. I think it could be improved, though:

* 50% brighter (would also match the pale blue / gray logo better)
* maybe head & neck could be made slightly larger
* tail a little shorter (to tell tail and legs apart)

> if it's good I'll make those turtle-based items of it. Or should it be
> drawen half face as on the logo?

While I wouldn't change the logo itself, your 16x16 picture
looks better than the current scaled-down logo, IMHO.

> Yet two ideas for deletion:

Where would you use those?

> And more comming soon! (If you are still interested, of course!)


If you are looking to a larger job, have a look at
/src/resources/regvraphbar.bmp. These are the toolbar buttons
for the revision graph and could use a skilled hand.

-- Stefan^2.


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