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[livesupport-dev] regarding button designs
  • Dear Design Team,

    The button GUI design, the description in the styleguide 2.1, and also
    the sample images at
    http://a.parsons.edu/~livesupport/assets/optimized_png/buttons.zip
    I wonder if it would be a better approach to have the button image
    broken up into top-left-bottom-right borders, and the four corners. This
    way we could insure that whatever is in the button is surrounded by the
    button borders, and there is no issues with the inside content bleeding
    unto the borders of the button. (Also, it's technically easier to have
    content one besied the other, rather than write the content of the
    button unto the button image.)

    What do you think?


    Akos

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  • that's no problem. whatever works best for you. we'll recreate it.


    On Nov 19, 2004, at 4:50 AM, Akos Maroy wrote:

    > Dear Design Team,
    >
    > The button GUI design, the description in the styleguide 2.1, and also
    > the sample images at
    > http://a.parsons.edu/~livesupport/assets/optimized_png/buttons.zip
    > I wonder if it would be a better approach to have the button image
    > broken up into top-left-bottom-right borders, and the four corners.
    > This way we could insure that whatever is in the button is surrounded
    > by the button borders, and there is no issues with the inside content
    > bleeding unto the borders of the button. (Also, it's technically
    > easier to have content one besied the other, rather than write the
    > content of the button unto the button image.)
    >
    > What do you think?
    >
    >
    > Akos
    >
    >
    charles truett . director . CBTSA

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