This topic is intended to discuss about this, before reporting it on GitLab
Through some time using /e/OS and Bliss Launcher I have been thinking about the benefits having an inherent icon pack to Bliss could bring to the appearance of the default /e/ graphical environment.
I really like the simplicity and the homogeneous taste of the icons for preinstalled apps on /e/. And I realized that installing third party apps diminishes that homogeneity, although most icons are adapted in some way – putting the original icon into a blunt square – .
My proposal, which I want to be discussed and criticized by the community, users and developers, is to create a Bliss Icon Pack and create icons for third party apps with some criterion, for the shake of a better, more homogeneous graphical experience.
The icons that wouldn’t still be on the pack would use the actual method to adapt to the appearance.
- I like the idea!
- It’s too difficult to develop!
- Nah, I don’t like it, it’s okay how it is now.