Re: toolbar issues

Again (this has come up in previous ui discussions) we are talking about
two kinds of consistency...

1) When I say consistency I mean that evolution may not look the same as
nautilus (their themes may even clash, or not "match", oh my!).  This is
what I want.

2) When you say consistency you mean that the forward action always has
the same forward icon.

I agree with you on 2), but that's not what I've been talking about....

On Tue, 2002-05-21 at 11:47, Dave Bordoley wrote:
> I have to disagree...the advantage of stock icons is that they always
> look the same. This allows the user to associate an image with an
> action. Consistency is vital for stock icons and I'm not the only ui guy
> saying that.
> dave
> On Tue, 2002-05-21 at 11:26, David Emory Watson wrote:
> > That's good.  But can I install multiple gtk themes on top of each
> > other?  This is what I think we will need.  We sort of have this
> > functionality for nautilus but it's broken because nautilus only halfway
> > uses gtk stock (for example toolbar vs. Go menu).
> > 
> > For example, I might want theme x for nautilus but theme y for
> > everything else...  (consistency is not always my # 1 priority;
> > sometimes variety is nice)

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