I disagree, we're already bending them to some degree regarding the outline color. The guidelines, based on Tango best practices that have been perfectly sufficient in other projects for years are not necessarily the real problem.triplus wrote:bend the guidelines a bit.
Of course, provided we can get to the end result without you speaking to everybody as if you're their employer or thesis supervisor.triplus wrote:Well i don't care all that much in what phase and how. By following the guidelines or not.
The end result should in my opinion work better. Here we do agree?
Of course, provided we can get to the end result without you speaking to everybody as if you're their employer or thesis supervisor.
I'm just saying that it makes for un unpleasant working environment.triplus wrote:And what is the problem if i would do that?
agryson wrote:Reduce Icon complexity (the icon could be reduced to a simpler shape
Actually, I had copied the draft icon over because it worked well but once I added the triangles I found that the icon appeared too dark at smaller sizes (didn't even look red) due to anti-aliasing issues, so I thickened the lines. I'm fairly certain that if we remove the little triangles that we could safely reduce the thickness again.NormandC wrote:I have another question: is there a reason the Sketcher icon has a thicker outline than the Draft icon?