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TallMin new set of icons for Android
Do you remember SimpleText?, we wrote about it before and on the same concept of text instead of image icon XDA member le3ky got inspiration to create TallMin. A nice combination of colors for icons: Orange, yellow, and green variants.
The developer is open for requests from users who want their Android devices even more personalized.
Originally posted by le3ky
[ICONS] TallMin *Updated 7/8/2010*
Firstly let me make clear that I have taken inspiration from SimpText by UltraLinx, you can find his thread here: http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=742449
I loved the idea he had created, very simple and minimalistic, however on my Desire the icons were just too small to be useful for me. Very kindly, UltraLinx also provided the PSD file he based his icons on. From this I amended the colours, the font, the size, as well as some more font options.
The end result is as follows:
You can find more information in the icons set thread.
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