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Changes between Initial Version and Version 1 of Ticket #23333, comment 49


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02/07/13 14:32:17 (17 months ago)
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  • Ticket #23333, comment 49

    initial v1  
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    1818- Slightly bigger overhead in creating the font (I volunteer to help out here if need be) 
    19 - On Firefox, the -webkit-font-smoothing: antialiased; CSS property doesn't exist, which means Firefox and IE users will see a barely perceptible red and blue haze around the icons (more info here: http://noscope.com/2012/font-smoothing/) 
     19- On Firefox, the -webkit-font-smoothing: antialiased; CSS property doesn't exist, which means Firefox and IE users will see a barely perceptible red and blue haze around the icons (the letters you're reading right now have the same red/blue haze -- more info here: http://noscope.com/2012/font-smoothing/) 
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    2121So I'm definitely in the camp of going flat and light-weight on the icons, provided they become part of a font. Trendy or not, in my experience, the strong silhuette and simplicity of flat icons can almost become a visual identity unto itself.