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Changes between Version 3 and Version 4 of Ticket #1707, comment 4


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01/03/18 05:51:27 (2 years ago)
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Antoine Martin
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  • Ticket #1707, comment 4

    v3 v4  
    1 Using version 17795, The icons do work, and the {{{XPRA_ICON_OVERLAY}}} environment variable seems to be respected; however, the result for me isn't very visually noticeable. In the attached screenshot (a crop and zoom of the screenshot I posted for issue #1702), the first two icons were created with the default {{{XPRA_ICON_OVERLAY}}} setting, the third is an icon for an {{{xpra}}} instance running {{{xclock}}}, which may not have an icon of its own, and the fourth is an icon created with {{{XPRA_ICON_OVERLAY}}} set to 75. For me, the {{{xpra}}} contribution to the icon seems swallowed up by the other program's image.
     1Using version r17795, The icons do work, and the {{{XPRA_ICON_OVERLAY}}} environment variable seems to be respected; however, the result for me isn't very visually noticeable. In the attached screenshot (a crop and zoom of the screenshot I posted for issue #1702), the first two icons were created with the default {{{XPRA_ICON_OVERLAY}}} setting, the third is an icon for an {{{xpra}}} instance running {{{xclock}}}, which may not have an icon of its own, and the fourth is an icon created with {{{XPRA_ICON_OVERLAY}}} set to 75. For me, the {{{xpra}}} contribution to the icon seems swallowed up by the other program's image.
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    33Maybe, if its possible, define for {{{xpra}}} some percentage of the lower left of the icon space, and define for the program being run some percentage of the upper right of the icon space. With a setting of 65% for {{{xpra}}} and a setting of 50% for the other program, there would be an acceptable overlap, and my guess is that both images would remain clear. (IANAGD - I am not a graphic designer).