Someone on the birdsite had the idea of applying flat colors to their #gimp tool icons in order to group them. I followed suit and I really love the result!
And btw, I absolutely love that I have the freedom to make adjustments like this. Good luck changing a single thing about Photoshop.
@glimpse @freedcreative @steko I've added a Github issue for it here: https://github.com/glimpse-editor/Glimpse/issues/301
I don't have anything against Codeberg per se, but it's not been around long and volunteer-run sites have a habit of disappearing unexpectedly. 😅
(We also stick to tagged releases where we can so our builds are reproducible)
I've updated the Github issue after mirroring the code.
I think you'll be pleasantly surprised to see I've suggested it as the "default" icon pack for 0.2.0, but we would need to do some related work (i.e. creating a new dark UI theme & rearranging the toolbox) to make that happen.
@freedcreative @glimpse I think grouping the icons by colour is a very cool & intuitive way of differentiating ourselves from upstream and allowing us to move the default layout around without alienating users.
If we don't pick it as a "default" then it will still be prebundled as an optional icon pack, and you'll be credited in the artist tab of Help > About > Credits if we use it.
@trechnex Ok will do! Of course, I haven't the first idea how to make Gimp themes, but it can't be that hard to figure out, right? 😀
@freedcreative that's what I said back in June about changing the GIMP's name! lol 😅
Your best bet is probably to copy the current dark theme and start tweaking it. That was how I was thinking of doing it when I took a look at the build system.
@trechnex Okay I'll do that. Making themes is kinda my thing, so I'll get it sorted. Wish me luck!
"I appreciate SDF but it's a general-purpose server and the name doesn't make it obvious that it's about art." - Eugen Rochko