Sketcher icons (finally) aligned

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Re: Sketcher icons (finally) aligned

Post by chrisb » Mon Mar 06, 2017 11:39 pm

I would prefer the first proposal with the knots. Increasing something on a knot makes it somewhat stronger and I would associate that rather with a sharp bend than with continuity. Besides there might be programmers who understand something completely different when seeing C++ :?

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Re: Sketcher icons (finally) aligned

Post by DeepSOIC » Mon Mar 06, 2017 11:54 pm

chrisb wrote:Besides there might be programmers who understand something completely different when seeing C++
That is a part of the idea, to make a pun :lol:

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Re: Sketcher icons (finally) aligned

Post by chrisb » Tue Mar 07, 2017 12:07 am

Well tonight I'm a slow thinker. But how about C++ to increase continuity and C# to make corners sharp :lol:

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Re: Sketcher icons (finally) aligned

Post by DeepSOIC » Tue Mar 07, 2017 12:39 am

chrisb wrote:Well tonight I'm a slow thinker. But how about C++ to increase continuity and C# to make corners sharp :lol:
LOL!

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Re: Sketcher icons (finally) aligned

Post by agryson » Sat Mar 11, 2017 10:22 pm

Sorry for the super late reply, just back from vacation. Sure, I'll have a look at creating some based on those sketches. Might take me a little while though, I'd like to finish FEM first, so if anyone else wants to have a crack at it using the guidelines, don't hesitate.

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Re: Sketcher icons (finally) aligned

Post by abdullah » Sun Mar 12, 2017 8:07 am

agryson wrote:Sorry for the super late reply, just back from vacation. Sure, I'll have a look at creating some based on those sketches. Might take me a little while though, I'd like to finish FEM first, so if anyone else wants to have a crack at it using the guidelines, don't hesitate.
Hey! No problem at all. I am taking some days to actually use FreeCAD. My development is currently stopped. There is no hurry at all :)

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Re: Sketcher icons (finally) aligned

Post by abdullah » Mon Mar 13, 2017 9:40 pm

agryson wrote:Sorry for the super late reply, just back from vacation. Sure, I'll have a look at creating some based on those sketches. Might take me a little while though, I'd like to finish FEM first, so if anyone else wants to have a crack at it using the guidelines, don't hesitate.
And I just realised I would need a third icon :oops: . It is for the showing multiplicity of knots (showing/hiding the numbers in parenthesis on the screenshot above). It works exactly the same as the control polygon or the curvature comb. Just this time what is shown/hidden is the multiplicity.

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Re: Sketcher icons (finally) aligned

Post by agryson » Tue Mar 14, 2017 6:06 am

abdullah wrote:And I just realised I would need a third icon
No problem, I've created a personal ticket so i don't forget, feel free to comment on that if you're need to. I'll PR to your branch again so you can confirm it works for you.

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Re: Sketcher icons (finally) aligned

Post by abdullah » Wed Mar 15, 2017 12:45 pm

Thanks!! :)

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Re: Sketcher icons (finally) aligned

Post by abdullah » Sun Apr 09, 2017 3:57 pm

agryson wrote:
abdullah wrote:And I just realised I would need a third icon
No problem, I've created a personal ticket so i don't forget, feel free to comment on that if you're need to. I'll PR to your branch again so you can confirm it works for you.
I have made poor versions of the icons heavily reusing your previous ones. Feel free to merge a better version into master when ready ;) .

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