9 years ago
png and xpm. When the package is built it converts them to 32x32.
It's beautiful!! Its just like i hoped it would be!
also, what's the format of the icons you are planning to implement, just for knowing
I worked a bit on this idea and I'm planning to add it to Mint 10. Here's what it looks like: http://imagebin.ca/img/wjtGCK.png
Basically, mintinstall works with or without icons. The icons are provided by a new package called mintinstall-icons, which mintinstall "recommends". The package is 4MB at the moment and depends on imagemagik (because it composes images with the little installed emblem during post-installation).. .altogether that represents 8MB on the hard drive. Of course we need to add more, so we'll probably end up with 10MB. I can't guarantee there'll be enough space on the liveCD for this, but it could be present on the DVD edition for sure. Let's see how things go.
I couldn't agree more! That would complete the great Mint Install.
looks very nice.
Great! Great mockup! Genius! :o)
I'm with you.