FEM Workbench aligned to guidelines

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Re: FEM Workbench aligned to guidelines

Post by agryson » Thu Mar 23, 2017 10:01 am

HoWil wrote:The third last symbol looks a bit different than the original. The new symbol suggests in comparison to the original a shift more than the original bending.
No problem at all and easily done (now that it's an svg it's two clicks of a mouse!) Expect it by this weekend.

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Re: FEM Workbench aligned to guidelines

Post by agryson » Sat Mar 25, 2017 8:38 pm

HoWil wrote:Since this icon is connected to Paraview some users with Paraview -background will easier orient themselves if it looks more like the original. See for instance http://www.bu.edu/tech/files/images/fil ... ntmenu.jpg
Is this any better? (I've exaggerated the curve)
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I could also play with "ghosting" the straight part in front as they do in paraview if you think that would make it clearer.

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Re: FEM Workbench aligned to guidelines

Post by HoWil » Sat Mar 25, 2017 8:57 pm

agryson wrote:
HoWil wrote:Since this icon is connected to Paraview some users with Paraview -background will easier orient themselves if it looks more like the original. See for instance http://www.bu.edu/tech/files/images/fil ... ntmenu.jpg
Is this any better? (I've exaggerated the curve)
fem-warp.png

I could also play with "ghosting" the straight part in front as they do in paraview if you think that would make it clearer.
How about (the middle one)
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The left is the original from a screenshot and the right is yours.... the form is in my opinion way to different from the original.
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Re: FEM Workbench aligned to guidelines

Post by agryson » Sat Mar 25, 2017 9:53 pm

HoWil wrote:the form is in my opinion way to different from the original.
I see what you mean, I made it look too muchlike a page being lifted up rather than a rectangle being bent.

How's this?
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Re: FEM Workbench aligned to guidelines

Post by HoWil » Sun Mar 26, 2017 5:28 am

agryson wrote:
HoWil wrote:the form is in my opinion way to different from the original.
I see what you mean, I made it look too muchlike a page being lifted up rather than a rectangle being bent.

How's this?
fem-warp.png
Great!
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Re: FEM Workbench aligned to guidelines

Post by agryson » Sun Mar 26, 2017 6:54 am

HoWil wrote:Great!
Cool, PR submitted

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