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Re: Icon update

From: Jan D.
Subject: Re: Icon update
Date: Mon, 03 Apr 2006 08:28:30 +0200
User-agent: Thunderbird 1.5 (X11/20051201)

While updating the icons I was thinking of stock_previous,
and stock_up (from GNOME) to replace prev_node, next_node, and up_node
respectively but wasn't sure how folks would respond to that.

I think the recent changes to the tool bar icons was so that next_node, prev_node and up_node would clearly indicate that we are moving in the node (i.e. document) and not in the history of previous moves (see previous discussion on emacs-devel). I think the ones you suggest are more of the history kind of icons. There are icons called next-page and previous-page though (attached, no up-page seems to exist). But these seems to be poorly supported by the themes I have (no theme has customized those icons).

Can you link to them?
I'm not sure I know what you mean by that.
I meant give an URL where these icons can be seen.

file:/usr/share/icons/hicolor/24x24/stock :-(

Ok, too bad these aren't browsable online somewhere.

I suspect that the latter is more germane to a GNOME user.
Yes.  But it would mean having different strategies fro GTK Emacs and
Emacs compiled without GTK.  Maybe that isn't such a big deal.  I
suspect users of GTK Emacs would want it to change as the theme
changes.  If we can agree on Gnome icons, I'm all for it, we can
always fall back to builtin icons if those aren't available.

Falling back to those icons will also be the thing to do in non-GTK
situations too, so we should be OK. Right?


        Jan D.

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