This prevents the icon from becoming blurry at fairly normal panel widths.
- Group Reviewers
- R242:bcc1ba205d60: Add 32, 48 and 64 px user-desktop icons
- make/ninja install
- rm -r ~/.cache/plasma*
- plasmashell --replace &
If you look to the left, the other 32px icons also use lines that are that thin. The difference is that the desktop icon is so empty compared to the other icons. I don't know what to do about this TBH.
The straight lines in the system tray items from my screenshot are definitely 1px strokes. But all the curved lines look thicker by virtue of not being able to align to the pixel grid. And most monochrome widgets have thicker lines when added to a tall panel:
This may be a side effect of scaling up smaller icons, but I think the thicker strokes work well for a large panel.
ew, blurry icons :(
I think the icons in that screenshot are 32px scaled to 48px.
Perhaps line thickness could be increased for the 48 and 64px versions, but I do not think it should be increased for 32px. That would require us to make 32px icons less detailed than 22px icons because the effective space would be brought down to the level of 16px icons. Monochrome icons should not be highly detailed though, so the extra space is completely wasted on the 48 and 64 px versions.