Am 27.11.2017 um 21:09 schrieb Allin Cottrell:
On Sun, 26 Nov 2017, Sven Schreiber wrote:
I'm afraid there aren't any gtk3 icons; they have deprecated
"stock" stuff and not replaced it with anything. Under gtk3 icons are
supposed to come from some (gnome or similar) "icon theme" or other.
Hm, I see. But that means less need to adhere to any kind of standard
(at least on Windows), no?
> Secondly, gretl-specific icons: Some look pretty
"pixelated" and not
> very "iconic", if you know what I mean.
The pixelation business is in principle solvable if we went over to
using Helio's SVG versions. I think that would mean introducing a
dependency on librsvg but maybe that's worthwhile.
Aha, so that's the answer to my other question, the SVG stuff isn't used
yet. To me this dependency wouldn't seem exaggerated these days, but
maybe others have a different view. (Would it have side benefits for
some gnuplot features?)
> I've looked at the icon collection on a stock Ubuntu 17.10
> found some icons that might be nice and useful. I could send more
> details later.
There are lots of icon themes these days. We could investigate grabbing
icons from one of them for our Windows build, if there's any consensus
on which to go for.
Sorry, I forgot to send them. Here's an incomplete and subjective list:
- suggestion for packages/addons menu entries or buttons:
- suggestion for the icon session view button (and menu):
- suggestion für settings buttons/menus:
- suggestion for the test statistic calculator (not the calculator
button on the toolbar):
Another icon I'd like to update is the X-Y-plot on the toolbar, but I
haven't anything worthwhile yet.
[If anybody is interested, these are the install locations on Ubuntu 17.10: