Em Mon, 12 May 2003 21:24:42 +0200, Wouter Verhelst <email@example.com> escreveu:
> Will adding an icon remove that confusion? Perhaps those people, or
> others, will think that menu options with the famous 'swirl' icon are
> enabled, while others are not. I mean, the swirl has some kind of motion
> in it, so it surely must mean it's activated, right?
Yes, perhaps yes. I really don't think adding default icons is The Right
Thing, but I still think that'd be better than nothing. It's a matter
of taste and opinion, I guess. I think the debian swirl is ok as a default
icon on my gnome menu, while Christian thinks it's ugly.
> I mean, what did you think? That you can understand how computers work
> by looking at the interface? Like "Oh, that's a computer? Ah, now I see
> how the C programming language works!"
Nah, I know that's not the case. But I still believe the default icons
would make the menu look more consistent (I'm using them =P)
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