#332 UI: redundant default icon?

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opened 1 month ago by jjgreen · 2 comments
jjgreen commented 1 month ago

For repos without a custom icon, the default octicon-repo icon makes sense. But when there is a custom icon, I was expecting that would replace it: instead it is pushed to the right-hand side of the project name, which seems odd.

For repos without a custom icon, the default octicon-repo icon makes sense. But when there is a custom icon, I was expecting that would replace it: instead it is pushed to the right-hand side of the project name, which seems odd.
jjgreen changed title from UI: redundant icon? to UI: redundant default icon? 1 month ago
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It is because the symbol means it is a repository, if you go to a fork it will be differnet.

It is because the symbol means it is a repository, if you go to a fork it will be differnet.
jjgreen commented 4 weeks ago
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It still seems odd to me that this "repo or fork" symbol should be placed on the right of the repo-name if there is a custom icon, but be placed on the left if there is not.

It would at least be consistent if the "repo or fork" was always on the left and the custom icon was on the right if present.

It still seems odd to me that this "repo or fork" symbol should be placed on the right of the repo-name if there is a custom icon, but be placed on the left if there is not. It would at least be consistent if the "repo or fork" was _always_ on the left and the custom icon was on the right if present.
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