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#195 New Icons

closed-accepted
Earnie Boyd
msys (22)
2005-07-06
2004-04-23
mlhutch
No

I love the work you are doing with MSYS, but that poor
icon leaves a bit to be desired. In that vein, I humbly
submit my meager contribution.

I personally use a version of rxvt.exe patched with my
icon, and I think that it looks quite nice, if I do say so.
Not that there was anything wrong with the original,
mind you.

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  • mlhutch
    mlhutch
    2004-04-23

    New MSYS icons

     
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  • Earnie Boyd
    Earnie Boyd
    2004-04-24

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    Ok, I'll add these to the list of icons in the rxvt binary.
    I especially like the MSYS one. They are both nice and
    clear with lots of white space that makes them desireable as
    an icon.

    Thanks,
    Earnie

     
  • Earnie Boyd
    Earnie Boyd
    2004-04-24

    • assigned_to: nobody --> earnie
     
  • Earnie Boyd
    Earnie Boyd
    2005-07-06

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    I've only included the MSYS one and have removed all others.
    Thank you for the nice art work.

     
  • Earnie Boyd
    Earnie Boyd
    2005-07-06

    • labels: 310489 --> msys
    • milestone: --> IINR_-_Include_In_Next_Release
    • status: open --> closed-accepted
     
  • Julien Lecomte
    Julien Lecomte
    2005-07-07

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    Why not also add them (and all current icons) in the
    msys.dll ? Just adding them in the winver.rc
    (/winsup/cygwin) would be sufficient to compile them in the dll.

     
  • Earnie Boyd
    Earnie Boyd
    2005-07-07

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    Unnecessary bloat of file size.

     
  • Julien Lecomte
    Julien Lecomte
    2005-07-08

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    Considering the mSYS DLL icon on this page:

    It's only 38k... Out of a 5.6 Mb DLL, that's 0.6 % of
    bloating...

    But if 38k is important for some users, then adding an icon
    individually (and not as part of the DLL), wastes one FAT
    allocation and probably an extra cluster on the disk.

    Just my satirical 2 cents...