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- Oct 4 2018, 6:27 PM (19 w, 1 d)
Wed, Feb 13
Tue, Feb 12
We currently use the KAboutData name in headers, we can easily change them to real titles and leave the desktop files how they are currently (explanation sentences). Should we just use the KCM name in the header or something more explaining like "Look and Feel Theme Selection"?
Mon, Feb 11
Sun, Feb 10
Sat, Feb 9
Show pt after font size and remove seperator in the font preview. Also apply the KDE HIG even more.
Fri, Feb 8
What about Noto Sans 10pt?
Change "Force fonts DPI" checkbox text to "Force font DPI"
Revert font selection icon change
Thu, Feb 7
Use new icon "font"
@rooty just copy a different 16px font icon like format-font-size-more and remove the other things than the A and align it in the horizontal center.
Wed, Feb 6
Tue, Feb 5
Well, I really don't like that this is the only thing that has dark buttons. It is inconsistent and just looks out of place. We should probably do some more discussion elsewhere if we want do this in other places too.
If we would do it like described in the task description then application developers would need to figure it out too if they wanted to prevent it too.
Mon, Feb 4
I think it looks good.
Now that I think about it though, the buttons overlap the label of the label text is long...
What if the buttons just looked normal and not so big and not as circles?
I'm still for doing it like GNOME, I think it's the easiest and best solution:
- Provide -symbolic icons only for application/category icons that must have a monochrome version (will just be a few)
- Normal application/category icons are always colorful, even at small sizes
- Action/status icons are always monochrome
- If an app wants to use a monochrome icon it should either use an action/status icon or a -symbolic application/category icon
Sun, Feb 3
What if we make -symbolic versions of category and application icons that are monochrome and the normal application and category icons are always corful. The action icons, status icons, etc are always monochrome.