Created attachment 75681 [details]
wrong triangle on mini-symbols
Die Miniatur-Symbole von LO 184.108.40.206 sehen unter Windows (Startmenü oder auch im Explorer) nicht mehr so aus wie unter LibO 3.6.X.
Das Dreieck in der rechten oberen Ecke der Miniatur-Symbole von LibreOffice 220.127.116.11 sind unter Windows XP und Vista (je 32-bit) nicht mehr wie ein symetrisches Dreieck aus, da eine Ecke abgeschnitten ist. Es ähnelt jetzt eher einer Keilform.
In LibO 18.104.22.168 unter Windows selbt (unter Datei/Neu oder der Neu-Button) tritt dieser Fehler nicht auf, das Dreieck wird korrekt dargestellt.
Unter Debian Linux 6.0 werden die Miniatur-Symbole im Gnome-menue ebenfalls richtig angezeigt (Dreieck statt Keilform)
The triangle at the right upper corner on mini-LO-Icons (Icons from LO, Writer, calc, etc) looking not symmetric, one egde of the triangle is cutted off. they looks more like a cotter now.
i could find this problem only on the mini-icons of the windows-GUI (windows-explorer, start-menu), LibreOffice 4.00 itself shows correct mini-Icons in the "open new file"-menus
Version: LibreOffice 22.214.171.124 (Final, 08.02.2013)
Test-Systems: Windows XP (32 bit) (1024x768), Vista (32-bit) (1280x800), Debian GNU/Linux 6 with default-Gnome 2-desktop(32 bit) (1024x768)
Language: (Windows, Debian): german
Ich bin einverstanden, dass ich per E-Mail zu weiteren Details des Problem befragt werde
The working language in Bugzilla is English...
Anyway, I am able to confirm this bug with 126.96.36.199 @ Win 7 x64
Comment on attachment 75681 [details]
wrong triangle on mini-symbols
for me it seems not to be reproducible with LO 188.8.131.52 (Win 8.1)
if I enlarge the view/zoom in it seems ok for me
Does this issue still persist for you or anybody else with the latest release of LO?
(In reply to A (Andy) from comment #3)
> Does this issue still persist for you or anybody else with the latest
> release of LO?
Yes, it is the same in the latest release, because the branding has not been updated since this bug was reported.
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Icons have been reworked in 6.1. So this issue should be past.