Fw: [PD] logo or icon?? or design?
hans at eds.org
Fri Oct 24 16:51:53 CEST 2003
While the images look nice, I think that there shouldn't be too many
things to make Pd 'pretty'. To me usability is more important than
presentability. I think the best way to make Pd usable/presentable as
a whole is to make it behave as much like a native app as possible.
Tcl makes this possible. I have started working on replacing the 'This
window has been modified. Close Anyway?" dialog with one that is just
like that standard panel with "Save, Don't Save, Cancel" for MacOS X
and "Yes, No, Cancel" (IIRC) for Windows.
On Friday, Oct 24, 2003, at 10:39 America/New_York, Andrey Savitsky
> the illustration could be other. it should be designed separately.
> but before to find more successful image i'd like to find out whether
> need it and how we can use it in pd interface.
> My main idea is to find how pd can look more presentably in whole, not
> in icons.
> Framestein logo I have recollected, because it appears in main window
> framestein is loaded.
> best regards,
>> ----- Original Message -----
>> From: "Nicholas Colvin" <colvin at dvida.net>
>> To: "'Andrey Savitsky'" <a.savitsky at hhtp.org>; "'!!!PD-list'"
>> <pd-list at iem.kug.ac.at>
>> Sent: Friday, October 24, 2003 3:03 PM
>> Subject: RE: [PD] logo or icon?? or design?
>>> I like this.
>>> The tangle of cables cracked me up, because I've seen it in my own
>>> many friends rooms. I like the 3d line art best though, because the
>>> cables look a little too much like Max/MSP's splash screen.
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