It's interesting that you chose that date. That's when I get 18.
It looks nice but it's a problem for internationalization. Anyway maybe it's enough grafic.
Ola Mr PineThe whole idea beyond an icon is that it should be immediately clear what it means. That's the idea beyond traffic signs as well.They are and have to be extremely consistent to be immediately understandable. They don't have complex patterns and/or gradients etc.Why is it not possible to design icons the same intentions in mind as traffic signs? Eu gosto dos teus icons porque são visualmente agradáveis mas não tenho a certeza se são práticos.
@Anonymous unfurtunalty this is not as simple as "dont turn left" I wish it was... Btw not all trafic signs are easy to understand.
Date of my birthdays! This icon looks great!
@Anonymous: This is an application icon, not an action icon. KDE tries to keep action icons simple and straight-forward. Application icons serve the dual function of conveying purpose and establishing a visual brand, hence a more artistic/metaphoric approach is taken there.
Oops, forgot to add: Loving it! The new version is definitely the best so far.
@ Anonymous: I don't want icons like traffic signs on my desktop. That would be really boring. And there's nothing wrong about beautiful icons if they are still meaningful. I think Oxygen is beautiful and meaningful. But you're free to use whatever icon set you want.
Very pretty! Could you make the date in ISO8601 format please? :)
Wow! I must say too that you have chosed great date, it is my birthday too ;-)Hence from that my Nickname ;-)
use an HOURGLASS inside of the vault. I guarantee it will look good
Oi, this one is great!
Much more obvious it has to do with time, gives the impression of a safe that can only be opened on a specific date.
Day / Month / Year ???Who says the backwards americans are always right? And what about ISO Standard?Year / Month /day is the proper way, you know!/j
the americans use the more logical format month/day/year ;)
Looks pretty cool! It might be harder to distinguish at smaller sizes (or further from the screen) than the other version, though. The text won't be readable at smaller sizes.
A sand watch would be cool in the vault would be good.
Looks well but I think a round number combination key vault would be a better vault symbol. like this (but with vault)http://www.downpourproductions.com/img/vault/vault_banner.jpgyou could even use a round calender for the numbers in the combinationYou should work on the door hingeum abraço forte
Very nice. Maybe you should consider lager numbers and letters to make them more readable and to emphasize their importance. Also red on black might not be the best choice for contrast.
I agree that this is the best one so far......but I too guess a hourglass one would look even better - besides having no problems with date formats. :-D
I fear you won't notice any of that date goodness when the icon is down to a size where people normally view it. It's already hard to recognize on the smaller version that you posted.Personally, I think using the "clock lock" was a pretty nice idea, but oh well.
I like but it may not scale so well as the previous user mentioned.
I like it... but...a small icon of it will probably suck.Why don't you try keeping things as simple as possible?
How about a circular kind of vault:http://blog.qnect.net/wp-content/thevault.jpgWhich better lends itself to having a clock face superimposed.
The concept is ok but you should inclinate the front side, prospective looks bad :SPs: sorry my bad english
The vault with the date is a lot better than the first one.I'm against a sand clock. I think it will look out of place.While the numeric date is displayed different across the globe, the way the author layout it (with the titles above) is more than self explanatory IMHO.
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