If icon graphics needed

2004-11-24
2012-12-08
  • Nobody/Anonymous

    If there is need to create icons, I can help you so. I have made official icons eg. for TheBat! 2.0 (www.thebat.cz), and some other icons for PSPad editor (www.pspad.com) and hundrets of icons for many web-based apps. If you are interested call me at zager (at) move.cz. Bye!

    And, you know, 7-Zip is the best App in compressing!

     
    • Igor Pavlov

      Igor Pavlov - 2004-11-24

      Thanks for suggestion.
      Now I don't care about icons. Imho it's enough to have simple icons.

       
      • Cyrus Yunker

        Cyrus Yunker - 2004-12-14

        > Now I don't care about icons. Imho it's enough to have simple icons.

        Simple icons are good.  Simple icons that are representative of the actions they perform are better.

        suggestion:

        When files on right are selected, ready for copy or move, make the copy and move arrows point <LEFT< and while files on the left are selected, use >RIGHT>FACING> arrows as they are in 4.12beta.

        This reduces confusion a bit as to where the files will actually be copied, etc.  Small point but makes the software more comfortable to use.

        WONDERFUL ARCHIVAL TOOL BTW - VERY USEFUL - THANK YOU MR PAVLOV!

         
    • Nobody/Anonymous

      Ok, ok. Nice can be also simple...

       
    • Nobody/Anonymous

      Since he's offering help and it may have impacts on other users, why not take it?

       
    • danielsan73

      danielsan73 - 2004-12-10

      i think is a nice idea!
      7zip need a restyle in interface under windows...

      Daniele B.

       
    • Nobody/Anonymous

      I think it's a great idea.  If you're already using icons for the interface, might as well make them nice.  And it doesn't cost that much more space.

       
    • Nobody/Anonymous

      It seems as though most people would prefer new icons, and if someone is willing to donate them i don't see what the problem would be.

       

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