< Projects | Oxygen | namingSpec Revision as of 22:32, 19 October 2007 (view source)Jpetso (talk | contribs) (folder-home is already gone (in favor of user-home), remove it.)← Older edit Revision as of 22:39, 19 October 2007 (view source) Jpetso (talk | contribs) (More KDE 3 names.)Newer edit → Line 34: Line 34: network-wired -> network-workgroup network-wired -> network-workgroup network-local -> devices/network-wired network-local -> devices/network-wired − start-here OK+ start-here OK (KDE 3 name: apps/kmenu) trashcan-empty-alt -> svn rm, or move to alternative/ trashcan-empty-alt -> svn rm, or move to alternative/ − user-home OK+ user-home OK (KDE 3 names: folder_home, folder_home2) − user-trash OK+ user-trash OK (KDE 3 name: trashcan_empty) * suggesting this for inclusion into the icon naming specification * suggesting this for inclusion into the icon naming specification Revision as of 22:39, 19 October 2007 Contents 1 Specification compliance of icon names 2 To do for Oxygen 3 To do for Oxygen -- Not in Spec 4 Summary of the suggested changes and additions 5 Stuff that needs to be done in the code Specification compliance of icon names Icon names without trailing stars already exist in the freedesktop.org icon naming specification. file-broken -> rework into emblems/emblem-unreadable. Currently only in use by apps/libs as "image could not be loaded" substitute. folder OK folder-red, folder-blue, folder-brown, folder-cyan, folder-green, folder-grey, folder-orange, folder-violet, folder-yellow -> Keep for now, but try to bring up some substitute functionality, like tinting folders by code, or putting the regular folder on a colored background. folder-bookmarks, folder-development, folder-html, folder-image, folder-important, folder-locked, folder-print, folder-sound, folder-tar, folder-txt, folder-video -> svn rm (emulate with folder + emblem overlay) network-wired -> network-workgroup network-local -> devices/network-wired start-here OK (KDE 3 name: apps/kmenu) trashcan-empty-alt -> svn rm, or move to alternative/ user-home OK (KDE 3 names: folder_home, folder_home2) user-trash OK (KDE 3 name: trashcan_empty) * suggesting this for inclusion into the icon naming specification ** not in the spec, but let's keep it out of there anyways, it's not really suited to be a standard icon To do for Oxygen Icons that are in the spec, but not yet in Oxygen's places/ (after renaming) so they need to be added. Descriptions taken from the specification. folder-remote The icon used for normal directories on a remote filesystem. (Editor's note: Move from devices/drive-remote for now.) network-server The icon used for individual host machines under the “Network Servers” place in the file manager. (Editor's note: a computer in a network.) start-here -- (dmiller: DONE, but left here for generic icon discussion) The icon used by the desktop's main menu for accessing places, applications, and other features. (Editor's note: apps/kmenu should be moved to start-here-kde so that GNOME desktops with Oxygen icons won't get the KDE icon in their panel. So could we have a more generic start-here icon for this?) user-desktop The icon for the special “Desktop” directory of the user. To do for Oxygen -- Not in Spec Icons that are not in the spec, and not yet in Oxygen's places/ (after renaming) so they need to be added. Summary of the suggested changes and additions The ones marked with * and should therefore go into the icon naming specification, presented here in a shorter list for a better overview. Including a suggested short description text like needed for inclusion in the spec. network-workgroup -> network-local The icon for local networks and workgroups within the network. (jpetso: hm... is the suggestion still current or should we simply drop it?) Stuff that needs to be done in the code Replace root folder occurrences (folder-red) with drive-harddisk? (Discuss with kde-usability first.) Use folder-remote in remote:/. (Also discuss with kde-usability.) Retrieved from "https://techbase.kde.org/index.php?title=Projects/Oxygen/namingSpec/places&oldid=14821" Content is available under Creative Commons License SA 4.0 unless otherwise noted.