ndavis added a comment.

  In D16421#348363 <https://phabricator.kde.org/D16421#348363>, @ngraham wrote:
  > Yeah I understand. I'm not the hugest fan of the orange either, and now 
that I think about it, semantically it's not really accurate either since that 
color is for warning or unusual states. Maybe it should just be blue like 
`emblem-added` is?
  Here's how that looks: F6349192: Screenshot_20181024_234540.png 
  > In D16421#348361 <https://phabricator.kde.org/D16421#348361>, @ndavis wrote:
  >> > Another thing is the `emblem-symbolic-link` icon. It's the only 
common-ish one that doesn't follow the pattern of having a colored background 
with a border, which might muddy the design language you've chosen (which I 
  >> You're right, but I also like how the chain link looks. How is this? 
F6349126: Screenshot_20181024_222138.png <https://phabricator.kde.org/F6349126>
  > With that, it doesn't look so much like a chain link anymore because the 
two sides of it are so close together. Could we basically use the existing 
chain link shape but put it within a background? Maybe it doesn't even need to 
be square; it could be rectangular, or even pill-shaped.
  The problem with changing `emblem-symbolic-link` to have a background is that 
it doesn't shrink down very well. You have to distort it to make it fit at all 
and retain the same look. At 8px, it's simply impossible to make the middle 
section of the chain without needing to use up the entire horizontal width.
  Here's another attempt:
  F6349199: Screenshot_20181024_235038.png 
  F6349201: Screenshot_20181024_235027.png 
  F6349203: Screenshot_20181024_235012.png 

  R266 Breeze Icons


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