Damn those are gorgeous. I love that up/download icon, especially. Beautiful!
I assume you've already tested it, but how does the "pump" icon look in a toolbar?
over 2 years ago
I'm wary of the checkmark as an icon. You shouldn't use interface elements inside of icons. :)
@Louie: I agree, though I'm working within the terribly convoluted TextExpander preferences interface. A physical metaphor for "options" would be more appropriate, but the settings contained within that tab are few and pertain mostly to automatic sentence capitalization and related functionality. "Options" is a bad name for such a narrow set of preferences, but these are merely replacement icons I'll be releasing.
I think what I'll do is scrap the checkbox/panel and draw an icon that represents sentence options, as that's what's actually contained within the unfortunately named tab.
Boioioioing. Gorgeous. I Agree about the checkbox, but I'm loving the style and detail.
Very nice, is it me or do they go from bigger to smaller?
One more thing: they all seem to have varying levels of contrast. The last icon in particular doesn't fit that well with the rest. They're gorgeous though.
by Taylor Carrigan
New "options" icon (a tab that really contains autocorrection preferences and is inaccurately named), more consistent height/level of contrast, and some minor revisions to the cloud sync icon.
over 2 years ago
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