Kevin, I really did not like the last ones I send that much.
Instead I used InkScape - super vector program :-) and free of cause -
to create a new icon model!
Attached is my suggestion. Again a speaker - with two levels, so when
you create the buttons you just have to change the transparency levels
to get the user think of the meaning of what happens when they press the
So resize lines, transperancy etc. what you would like in InkScape.
>From InkScape go to e.g. The Gimp and shrink the icon in what ever
dimensions that is suitable and save in xpm. I think is the way to go,
cause when it comes to small dimensions I guess The Gimp is better to do
the necessary anti-aliasing so it looks okay.
Hope you like it!
tir, 25 10 2005 kl. 19:27 +0200, skrev Anders Lind:
> Here are some suggestions!
> As you can see it is not that easy to draw and make the differences
> viewable. But let us see some other suggestions as well :-)
> Kind regards
> tir, 25 10 2005 kl. 08:53 -0600, skrev Kevin DeKorte:
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> > Somebody out there has to be a better artist than me. I need some volume
> > up and down buttons..
> > Attached is the play button icons. So I need something like them. If
> > they can be narrower and still work that would be even better.
> > They are currently 21w x 16h. The 16h needs to stay the same, but making
> > it 12px wide would be a nice goal to shoot for.
> > Thanks,
> > Kevin
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