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Dapper Human Folder Ideas

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Dapper Human Folder Ideas
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Downloads:  385
Submitted:  May 10 2006

Description:

I felt that the Dapper Human folder icon was not as clean as the rest of the theme - so I set about making some similar icons that I felt looked more professinal and modern.

The icon in the top left is the original.

Which one do you like best?

I have done _very_ little icon work in the past, so consider these a preview only!




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 my vote

 
 by zerwas2ky on: May 10 2006
 
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Hmm, the one in the top right! Looks clearer than the others. :)


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 Re: my vote

 
 by zerwas2ky on: May 10 2006
 
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ok, the middle right is also good, because it does not have the "third" colour (the right top has a brown on the white background).
The top right could be more simplified, then it would be the coolest folder icon ever ;)


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 i say

 
 by eschatron on: May 10 2006
 
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Middle right - keep it simple, will look better at different sizes.

Though honestly I don't mind the original human ones. More bothered about the colours.


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 :)

 
 by uncleenzo on: May 10 2006
 
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the top right one is the best ;o


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 Resolution Upgrade

 
 by aphorism on: May 10 2006
 
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Slick.

Middle left or right? I think the breakup with color on the tab keeps it a little more interesting.

Can Gnome use SVG so we never have to face this resolution thing again?

Nice work.


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 Re: Resolution Upgra

 
 by pianoboy3333 on: May 10 2006
 
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Jakub Steiner has said that he is trying to convert more of the GNOME icons to svg's on his website. http://jimmac.musichall.cz/icons.php


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 Re: Re: Resolution U

 
 by who on: May 10 2006
 
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However, Jimmac is also very strongly promoting the use of _pixmap_ icons for low resolutions rather than just scaling the big icons.

He is right - it really does look a lot better


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 Top right

 
 by Goamaus on: May 11 2006
 
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I prefer the top right icon. It looks stylish and professional.


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