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Re: [Gtick-devel] bigger resolution icon

From: Roland Stigge
Subject: Re: [Gtick-devel] bigger resolution icon
Date: Fri, 08 Mar 2013 14:11:55 +0100
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On 08/03/13 12:09, Tomáš Hnyk wrote:
>> What size would be best for those purposes? We currently have icons up
>> to 64x64. Are you sure you are using it already?
> Ah, you are right. There is a bug in debian/ubuntu packaging, it seems
> (64 is included in the source package but does not get installed). 
> Sorry for the noise. But you are the debian maintainer, right? Does the
> 64 version get installed on your system? I am on Ubuntu, but gtick is
> taken stright from Debian with no patches on Ubuntu side and there is
> only one icon installed:
> $ locate gtick |grep .xpm
> /usr/share/pixmaps/gtick_32x32.xpm

Just re-checked the Debian Packaging Manual / Menu:

"3.7 The icon field", 2. "The icons may not be larger than 32x32 pixels,
although smaller sizes are ok."

So the current Debian package quite fits the conventions.

Feel free to use the already existing icon64x64. If there's really sth.
bigger necessary for some reason, please tell.

> BTW, seeing that this project is still alive. Have you considered
> implementing automatically changing meters? I have this one song where
> you are supposed to start playing faster every 32 beats or so and gtick
> does not help me to get it right at the moment.

How should changes be defined? By some kind of programmable tempo change?
Every beat? Every nth. beat? Freely programmable or by a certain pattern?
Supporting just a certain song wouldn't be the right thing to do...
Feel free to submit patches. :-)



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