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I prefer the Orinal Clover Logo on SF

Why command Key ?

 

Thi is my suggestion  :) AppleLife and Insanelymac on the Logo

 

 

 

 

 

LoL, but U're also using "Command" key on ur logo concept (bottom right) :D .

I think we just guessing @apianti for Clover v3 with another new thing, perhaps? Besides vectorized icons for GUI, duno why it seems we need to also make the logo simpler (though I still not hear yet what @Slice think about this).

 

Haha that was fast.... I think I like that styling the best. However, for some reason the site doesn't have a transparent background for the icon.... 

Yeah, that's why I replaced the transparency with #333333 solid background.

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I prefer the Orinal Clover Logo on SF

Why command Key ?

 

Thi is my suggestion  :) AppleLife and Insanelymac on the Logo

 

That is actually the original clover logo, the command key, because it looks like a four leaf clover. I mean there is a post explaining it like a few back, from projectosx. There's nothing wrong with using the clover in themes and stuff still but I want to make all the basic stuff look exactly the same.

LoL, but U're also using "Command" key on ur logo concept (bottom right) :D .

I think we just guessing @apianti for Clover v3 with another new thing, perhaps? Besides vectorized icons for GUI, duno why it seems we need to also make the logo simpler (though I still not hear yet what @Slice think about this).

 

Yeah, that's why I replaced the transparency with #333333 solid background.

 

Haha read my edits. Yeah might have to have that dark color as background for the site, but that's stupid...

 

EDIT: That does not work either because it still puts a weird border around it then....

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Haha read my edits. Yeah might have to have that dark color as background for the site, but that's stupid...

 

EDIT: That does not work either because it still puts a weird border around it then....

Duno why my PSD keep crashing when I try exporting my design to *.svg, using illustrator I was able to.. but I lost shadow effect.

Clover-Command-Logo-01.svg.zip

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My ticket on sourceforge was accepted, pretty quickly...


Duno why my PSD keep crashing when I try exporting my design to *.svg, using illustrator I was able to.. but I lost shadow effect.

 

That's strange...

 

EDIT: That ended up just a material green circle with white logo, no outer circle. I am not sure but I think I may like that even better. Simple. The SVG scales so much better, the PNG didn't look good at any other resolution.

 

EDIT2: Posted what the result was. I think maybe I like the missing shadow drop still though.

EDIT3: That's 50% scale of the SVG. Imagine the PNG at that, not pretty.

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EDIT3: That's 50% scale of the SVG. Imagine the PNG at that, not pretty.

Uhmb, I think I need to refine my design.. but for preview purpose U may try these?

(@90x90px; 8-bit png compressed, my bad)

Also sorry it seems that our local time are differents a lot..  :angel: See U.

5-Clover-Logo-Concept.zip

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Uhmb, I think I need to refine my design.. but for preview purpose U may try these?

(@90x90px; 8-bit png compressed, my bad)

Also sorry it seems that our local time are differents a lot..  :angel: See U.

 

Nah, the project icon is just ugly unless it looks good wrapped in a white block.

 

EDIT: The block is 100x100 but the icon is 90x90...

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Nah, the project icon is just ugly unless it looks good wrapped in a white block.

 

EDIT: The block is 100x100 but the icon is 90x90...

Here my exemple 90x 90  :D  A single logo to unify everything

AppleLife insanelymac and Clover

Good or ?  :P

ZIP attach

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Duno why my PSD keep crashing when I try exporting my design to *.svg, using illustrator I was able to.. but I lost shadow effect.

you need to work in illustrator and not photoshop) logo=vector

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Original Clover logo is Command key. But the image is not unique and thus can't be logo. So why we was searching other logo and are searching till now.

SF keeps these samples

Logo_CloverEFI.bmp Logo.bmp LogoBW.bmp 

logo_main.png logo_metal.png

but they seem to be not logos, only samples.

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So, this happened when I was trying to upload / update theme on the repo. What's going on? Thanks.

 

Sourceforge is migrating servers.

 

any one knows where is store the Embed theme icon in Clover ?

 

It depends on which image they are in different places. rEFIt_UEFI\libeg\egemb_font.c, rEFIt_UEFI\libeg\egemb_images.c, and rEFIt_UEFI\libeg\scroll_images.c.

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Well, it maybe sounds funny especially after I've uploaded many themes on the repo.

But this was my question since long time ago (oh not so long, just 2 years ago when I started using Clover for 1st time);

"Which one is Clover official logo, left or right one?". I remember it changed soon after SF used a new web interface.

Thanks.

 

GYpUYQv.jpg

 

#EDIT: Not so important bcoz user could replace it to another one, or even delete it (I mean, logo.png on Clover theme). But, I just wanna standarize my uploaded themes on the repo so it's not confusing some users.

Back to my 1st question about Clover logo then; 

How if still keeping similar Clover design (since it was very popular among users, and also contained histories), but only make it a little bit simpler?  :) 

(My concept | Left: App icon, Right: Logo. Oops, sorry about both different coloring)

 

 

Y5WeRUh.png

 

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Sourceforge is migrating servers.

 

 

It depends on which image they are in different places. rEFIt_UEFI\libeg\egemb_font.c, rEFIt_UEFI\libeg\egemb_images.c, and rEFIt_UEFI\libeg\scroll_images.c.

Thank you B)

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I remake all (current) clover embeded icons, but i lost my psd. And definitely need to re-touch/make by some of professionals hand here imo.. so please

Proffesionel its not me  :hysterical:

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Argh, you may collaborate with everyone here chris :) Made some template such as size, colour scheme, etc so it could be useful for everyone who want to contribute later.

The Pro of Photos shop its @Badruzeus 

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Have you guys tried to play with "Matte Color" to eleminate the black border while exporting to PNG-8? 

I'm not a Pro at all #LoL..  :P I even need more than 5 months to understand what "MatteColor" does.

Not so bad for the result, but my question now is;

"How to enable custom size (increase / decrease) for an Entry icon when it' s selected on Clover GUI?"

From SS below; Unselected os_icons size are: 128px; while I want selected one (on this case is os_cap.icns) becomes 120px (smaller) or 136px (bigger). Thanks.

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I even need more than 5 months to understand what "MatteColor" does.

 

Refer to original post, its about my propose to accept user custom TransparentBackgroundPixel (matte color) to eliminate dirty dots surround the transparent image edge/border/glow/shadow to be more smoothly blended into current background.

 

"How to enable custom size (increase / decrease) for an Entry icon when it' s selected on Clover GUI?"

 

 

I might be wrong/outdated here, but Clover still does not have such as "hover state" OS icons implementation in GUI (instead of just generic selection icon). If so, please do not waste your time on it, because it will not work.

 

About your screenshot (will assumed that you play with selected icon and not hover OS icon), Im a bit confuse here. Hows the final result should be expected here?

 

- If you have selected icon without glow there, sure it will resulting smaller icon compare to all other active icons (unselected). Isnt that normal?

- I saw you have 1px rounded black border on active icons which I highly suspect/labeled as dirty pixel that must be eliminate as I previously mentioned. (I thought you have same case as Rico here).

 

** IMHO, why you dont just contact apianti to start developing for upcoming new theme format on v3? I think you have enough to coddling Clover v2 users with your recent awesome works :)

** Honesty I lost track with recent Clover, and any of my previously comments may irrelevant anymore, sorry.

** Mod: regarding "hover icons / other" please do edit my previously post here / anywhere else to avoid confusions.

Edited by cecekpawon

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Refer to original post, its about my propose to accept user custom TransparentBackgroundPixel (matte color) to eliminate dirty dots surround the transparent image edge/border/glow/shadow to be more smoothly blended into current background.

 

I might be wrong/outdated here, but Clover still does not have such as "hover state" OS icons implementation in GUI (instead of just generic selection icon). If so, please do not waste your time on it, because it will not work.

 

About your screenshot (will assumed that you play with selected icon and not hover OS icon), Im a bit confuse here. Hows the final result should be expected here?

Hmmb, I think I missed this key from ur prev. explanation; (#EDIT: Marked as obsolete)

<dict>
      <key>MatteColor</key>
      <string>0xd39204ff</string>
</dict>

.. then I was just playing with MatteColor on an image editor when exporting to 8-bit png, fortunately it was satisfying me.

 

About "Hover State" is (actually) not so important, but at least I got the answer for my curiousity.

Theme's "Screenshot"; yes.. unselected icons use dark OuterGlow, while selected one uses InnerGlow (with onTop transparent Selection_big.png) so it looks smaller when selected. I attach my theme below, Thanks  :)

Smooth-Theme-v0.9.zip

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<dict>
      <key>MatteColor</key>
      <string>0xd39204ff</string>
</dict>

 

Please ignore current snippets, its a part of my prev propose which is unimplemented (wont affect to Clover).

 

I did test your theme. No doubt, its a gorgeous theme indeed!

But I found 'darker' background while selected. Idk if you do this in purpose or not.

Most important here, Im not currently complaining for anyone works here and keep up good work!

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      Running DarwinDumper from the command line:
      From Terminal, you can initiate DarwinDumper by running the following script directly.
       
       
       
      /DarwinDumper.app/Contents/Resources/public/bash/script.sh To help with this, the UI has a Symlink option which you can click to create a symbolic link which points to the above script. DarwinDumper can then be subsequently run from the command-line by loading a new Terminal window and typing darwindumper followed by return.

      Credits (in alphabetical order):
      Adam Jackson, Amit Singh, Andy Vandijck, Apple Inc., arsradu, bcc9, blackosx, cmf, DieBuche, dmazar, Dong Luo, droplets, ErmaC, Felix Domke, Google Inc., Intel Corporation, InsanelyDeepak, JrCs, Kabyl, Kynnder, Martin Mareš, mcmatrix, Michael Larabel, Mickey1979, phcoder, Phil Karn, Piker-Alpha, rafirafi, гык-sse2, Slice ,sonotone, STLVNUB, THe KiNG, Trauma, Volatile Systems, xsmile, !Xabbu.
       
      DarwinDumper was originally inspired as an open project by Trauma, it has remained an open project and please keep it an open project, so if you make any changes or additions to it then please share your work here.
       
      Please report any feedback, requests or bugs.
       
      Please note:
      DarwinDumper v3 requires OS X 10.9 and newer to run in the Finder, though it should work from the command line okay on older OS versions.

      The following link retains the download for v2.9.9.2 for older OS versions.

      DarwinDumper Download
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