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Re: Update artwork 0.2 version (coming soon)

From: John Darrington
Subject: Re: Update artwork 0.2 version (coming soon)
Date: Fri, 27 Sep 2013 14:55:42 +0200
User-agent: Mutt/1.5.20 (2009-06-14)

On Thu, Sep 26, 2013 at 04:13:46PM -0700, Basti??n D??az wrote:
     During the weekend, I'll update the artwork (0.2) in stages.
     First, I'll update the symbolic icons, then the application icon, mime 
types and finally the splash and logo for PSPP.

This sounds like a good plan.

     Before upgrading, I think they should make some small changes..
     ??? I changed many of the names of the icons. These will stay from now on. 
What files need to be modified to make these changes?. I like to learn. 
(attached list).

In GTK terminology, the icon name need not be the same as the name of the file 
which contains the image 
of that icon.  However in PSPP we presume that to be the case.  For example, 
the icon whose stock_id is "edit-goto-case"
is contained in a file called edit-goto-case.png (which is generated from 

So, if you decide to call it something else, then you will have to change Smake 
(where the manifest of the icon files are).
and in src/ui/gui/*.ui there are several references like <property 
name="stock-id">edit-goto-case</property> which will 
also need to be changed.

     ??? Apparently some icons look smaller in the menus (does not correspond a 
16x16 canvas). Something similar happens with the toolbar in the Windows 
version (attached screenshot). Is it could increase the quality of the 
generated PNG images?

I have a feeling that windows decides to render its toolbar with 32x32 images, 
which we don't have.  If you want to fix
this, then you'll have to provide 32x32 images for these icons.

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