Guillermo Espertino wrote:
> I've made some changes and tweaks according to the suggestions that
> several people made. Here is a screenshot with the latest changes (on
> the right side):
> I'm not sure about the dark strokes. They have a lighter outline for
> dark themes, but that makes them look blurred.
> Removing the outlines and keeping the dark color will make them useless
> for dark themes, so there's no way out: It's white with a grey outline
> like the original Tango set, or the middle gray with dark strokes
> (a.k.a. Bulia's spaghettis :-)
> What do you think?
I don't see the reason for this whole tango "push". What is so special
/ magical about "tango". To regular users like us what does it achieve
? (with the exception of consistency with gimp which I said should
maybe change to using the better Inkscape icons). It reminds me of how
Windows keeps changing the user interface every version upsetting and
confusing users just to sell something new. The proposed tango icons
are not as clear, looked washed out, .... The node icon is worse. The
diagram icon is near invisible, likewise gradient, eyedropper. Now all
you're trying to do is tweak them to look more like the original
inkscape icons - what's the point??? Sorry if it was someone's
contribution to try to improve things, but time would be better spent on
more productive things.