Re: [libreoffice-documentation] Release 4.2 icon set

2013-12-04 Thread Dan Lewis
Personal opinion: Having seen the new icon set (Sifr), I do not see that it is a beautiful non-distracting icons set. Maybe I just plain like Galaxy. Maybe I don't like the idea of changing the icon set that is used. Maybe I do not understand what the icons are suppose to be and represent.

Re: [libreoffice-documentation] Release 4.2 icon set

2013-12-03 Thread Martin Saffron
Hello, I don't know what has been discussed previously but I believe LO4.2 will introduce a new icon set. I've read elsewhere that they may be the default. Take a look here: https://wiki.documentfoundation.org/ReleaseNotes/4.2#GUI A new set of icons have been included in LibreOffice 4.2,

Re: [libreoffice-documentation] Release 4.2 icon set

2013-12-03 Thread John Smith
Hi Martin Thanks, I had seen this entry, but note that in 4.2Beta1, Tango(Automatic) is still the default installation icon set. While it may change we have to make a start somewhere. Regards JohnS On 03/12/2013 15:49, Martin Saffron wrote: Hello, I don't know what has been discussed

[libreoffice-documentation] Release 4.2 icon set

2013-12-02 Thread John Smith
Jean, Just had a thought on this subject. Are we staying with Galaxy, which I see is no longer listed as Galaxy(default), or are we going with Tango? I know we had this discussion earlier this year, but is it now time to bite the bullet? On another point, is the template being changed from

Re: [libreoffice-documentation] Release 4.2 icon set

2013-12-02 Thread Jean Weber
On Tue, Dec 3, 2013 at 3:20 AM, John Smith clicks...@yahoo.co.uk wrote: Jean, Just had a thought on this subject. Are we staying with Galaxy, which I see is no longer listed as Galaxy(default), or are we going with Tango? I know we had this discussion earlier this year, but is it now time to