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quernelpanic
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Mint logo

Post by quernelpanic » Tue Feb 12, 2019 2:07 pm

Too presumptuous of me. Apologies.

I remade the Mint logo, as a proposal, with the following reasons:

* A green border, for contrast with clear backgrouds.

* No shades, wich is more modern look, and helps to blend with various backgrounds.

* A stronger green, wich makes it more highlighting. This can vary, I don't know if the linux mint team has a specific coded green as brand. If there's not, I think it should have, to be always consistent.

* Every element is proportional to the others.
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Re: Mint logo

Post by Valsodar » Mon Feb 25, 2019 9:12 am

Not bad but I prefer another which I found some time ago by Googling for "linux mint logo". I use it as an icon for the menu:

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Re: Mint logo

Post by lsemmens » Mon Feb 25, 2019 8:00 pm

'nother day, 'nother roundabout! Ho Hum :D Always nice to see new ideas, just don't be surprised if sometimes, they don't get greeted with the excitement and exclamations of "oh, why di I not think of it!" :D
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Re: Mint logo

Post by Rogério » Mon Mar 04, 2019 6:00 pm

How about, more blue :D

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