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Re: light or dark indicators
Thanks to GTK3 and the -symbolic namespace, you can actually install just
one set of icons that will change color to adapt the theme! I can't find
good docs right now on how to create/ship/etc symbolic icons, but I would
suggest following what is done in GNOME/elementary. (And perhaps we should
make a task of providing those docs).
In our icon theme, you can open up one of the symbolic icons in a folder
like "actions/symbolic" and see that there is a specific color of grey you
should use. Then name your icon with the "-symbolic" suffix and you should
notice that it will change color automatically!
On Thu, Nov 29, 2012 at 2:05 PM, Sergio Costas <rastersoft@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Hi all:
> I'm working on an app that has an indicator in the upper bar. Originally
> I designed the icons assuming a bright background, but elementary has a
> dark background, and the icons are hardly visible.
> Where do I have to install the dark and the bright versions to ensure
> that the system takes the right ones?
> Nos leemos
> RASTER (Linux user #228804)
> raster@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx http://www.rastersoft.com
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