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Month: June 2012

Re: [trinity-devel] Yet more image branding help (please!)

From: Calvin Morrison <mutantturkey@...>
Date: Mon, 18 Jun 2012 19:32:43 -0400
On 18 June 2012 18:52, E. Liddell <ejlddll@...> wrote:
> On Mon, 18 Jun 2012 15:20:09 -0700 (PDT)
> Darrell Anderson <humanreadable@...> wrote:
>> > > tdelibs/pics/crystalsvg/cr64-mime-koffice.png
>> > > tdelibs/pics/crystalsvg/cr22-mime-koffice.png
>> > > tdelibs/pics/crystalsvg/cr128-mime-koffice.png
>> > > tdelibs/pics/crystalsvg/cr48-mime-koffice.png
>> >
>> > With respect to these, it is still *K*Office, right?
>> > You just need the logo changed?
>> >
>> > (Also, I'm making the primary changes to
>> > crsc-mime-koffice.svgz, which wasn't on your list but needs the update anyway, and
>> > will export the fixed-size pngs from that.  As a bonus, we get a
>> > nice SVG rendering of one of those problem logo-icon-things, which can be
>> > reused in other places.)
>> Yes, thanks for seeing the svgz. Most of the crystalsvg png images likely have a parent svgz. If
>>you can edit the svgz and produce the pngs from that then great. That is how I hoped these exercise
>>would go: edit once, save many! :-)
> Okay, here are bottom2.png, kde_logo.png, the various mime-koffice images
> (22px isn't such a great image, but other methods of scaling it down didn't
> produce anything better), and, as a bonus, the extracted logo as both .svgz and
> a .png with transparent background.  With a little luck, having a drop-in
> replacement logo will speed up some of the other fixes (although there are some
> places it may not work all that well compositionally).
> Anyway, I'm done for the evening.  Hopefully, I'll be able to resume tomorrow.
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Just a comment on the style - Trinity's T logo is all right angles. In
these images, the T is slanted (a bit more stylish, but definitely

Do we use the boring yet context confirming and familiar 90 degree
angles, or go with a smooth stylish version?