[vlc-devel] New Document Icons for Mac OS X
dominic.spitaler at gmail.com
Sat May 16 21:23:06 CEST 2009
I'm done with finishing & exporting the icons,
they now weight in at 2MB, that's about 500KB
more than the old icons.
I'm currently working on creating the patch.
Setting the icon file for a specific file type is done via Info.plist
I've modified the Info.plist file for the new icons and am
currently testing them if the associations work correctly.
The Info.plist includes 56 document types (VLC 0.9.9),
vlc-interface.h around 70. Can I be sure that all document types
are specified in Info.plist or should I add some?
The .vlc document type is a playlist, is that right?
Should spx files have the OGG icon or a generic audio icon?
Somehow my mkv-files get the generic icon, not the mkv icon, any idea
How shall I supply the patch? Just the info.plist and the icons in a
Am 15.05.2009 um 04:25 schrieb Andre-John Mas:
> On 14-May-2009, at 14:48, Dominic Spitaler wrote:
>> I think that are the most commonly used formats.
>> All other Fileformats get the appropriate generic icon (Playlist,
>> Video, Audio, Subtitle, None).
>> Is that list fine?
>> Should the generic Icons have no text at all or something like
>> "VIDEO, AUDIO, SUBS, PLAY",
>> the problem with adding generic text is that I can't fit SUBTITLE &
>> PLAYLIST into the icon format.
>> Any suggestions?
> In these cases I would go without any text, since this would make it
> language agnostic. Remember,
> not everyone is going to be using VLC with English as their main
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