On 5/23/20 2:17 AM, Lorenzo Sutton wrote:
#1's OK. I like #5 much better. Transparent against the default Ubuntu
background looks OK. Against backgrounds I use - rotating photos that
I've taken or graphics that I like - would just make it hide more
effectively. I usually start Rosegarden from icons on the XFCE tool bar
I set up at the bottom of the screen. Those icons are rather small.
On 23/05/2020 03:02, Ted Felix wrote:
Just posted some new ideas for the rosegarden app icon on the
wiki. Head over to the logo page and have a look at the pdf at the
top. Then let me know what you think.
I like (in order of preference):
1. with transparent background, maybe trying to tweak the
'yellow/orange' point to remind a bit more of the the current icon (on
my screen it looks a bit more towards a brown than a red/pink). I
don't really mind about missing 'musical reference' as Rosegarden is
established as a name for a musical app (at least in the connoisseurs'
5. is fun, but would do a test making the leaf smaller and rotating
the piano (anti)clockwise (so that it hints to the matrix editor) :-P
No. Keyboards aren't oriented sideways. When you're playing one, they're
horizontally laid out in front of you.
I have no use whatever for the matrix editor, so see no need to stress
it. I understand what they are, they're just a great big barrier. One
thing that sets Rosegarden apart (for me) from other sequencers is that
you're not stuck with a matrix editor.
David W. Jones
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