Thank you very much for the kind words! I really hope that a bit of visual touches help make it appear more professional.Chendy wrote: ↑Thu May 28, 2020 7:35 am@st_phan your WIP looks amazing!
Having modern professional UX really really helps push the Freecad project forwards.The psychological benefits, Freecad seems less scary to new users. But also to potential contributors: It shouts 'this project is going places!'
And in the future ideally of course make some additions to the UX itself
Haha thanks for the info – I am on it :
I have now some 60+ icons ready. Mainly for the start and part / part design workbench:
I am still focussing on steady progress which is also why many icons look somewhat wrong when imported in FreeCAD.
This is due to sloppy exporting (strokes not outlined, bad use of opacity, etc.).
I am posting it here in any case, if somebody wants to give it a try already:
You have to install the IconThemes-addon and use the Demo.rcc inside the .zip as explained in the repo – if installed correctly you can select the Demo.rcc which adds the OpenIko 0.1.0 (working title) to FreeCAD:
FYI: This is what the icons look like right now: