[Uml-devel] Forward: umbrello splash screen and icon

danny allen dannya40uk at yahoo.co.uk
Tue Jun 15 04:43:14 UTC 2004

Yes, I know that being free-software is a a key
advantage, but the same could be said for the rest of
KDE as well - however, you do not see "made with
GNU..." on the kde splash screen! It is put in the
about box.

Well, if you are good for app icons, that is fine :)
If I were to give you these icons for the actions from
my iconset, they would not be in the crystal style -
there would be an uproar! 

The same for the rest of KDE really, but I will see
what I can do.


--- Jonathan Riddell <jr at jriddell.org> wrote:
> On Mon, Jun 14, 2004 at 12:30:38PM -0700, danny
> allen wrote:
> > That's good, I mean, I know this is open source
> and
> > all, but was the "made with GNU blablabla" was a
> bit
> > too much! :)
> One of Umbrello's key advantages over the
> competition is that it's
> Free Software so it's good to remind people of that.
> I've commited your new splash screen (grey version),
> thanks very much.
> > I think simplicity is the key here.
> > 
> > Its ok about the icon - i made it really quickly
> as
> > the other one is really blurry.
> > 
> > here is another icon that I made, if yo dont mind
> > breaking the current theme.
> I don't see the current icon as blurry, it looks
> sharp to me.  We've
> just had a new set of icons so we're good for that.
> Although we do need 22x22 folder icons and the Home
> icon which KDE
> lacks, the current folder and home icons in the list
> view are blurry.
> And if you're an artistic type kde-artists can
> always use with filling
> in some of the gaps (see bugs.kde.org).
> Jonathan Riddell

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