Please differentiate between icons for "okay"

Bug #106617 reported by chickennuggetburger
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Affects Status Importance Assigned to Milestone
human-icon-theme (Ubuntu)
Wishlist
Ubuntu Artwork Team

Bug Description

As I said in another bug report already, the green arrow that looks like the enter key on your keyboard on many "okay"-buttons is no good choice.

(see: https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/update-notifier/+bug/103710)

But this bug report has a slightly other theme.
There are two typs of the "okay" buttons, and I do not know the difference between them. So I think this is very confusing and a catastrophy for the polished look of feisty.

The okay button in the session window shows the ugly enter-key okay button:
http://sk8t.sk.funpic.de/ubuntu12.png

But the okay button in the resolution window shows an icon like in synaptic (and in my opinion the better symbol for okay):
http://sk8t.sk.funpic.de/ubuntu13.png

That's very confusing.

Changed in human-icon-theme:
assignee: nobody → ubuntu-art
Daniel T Chen (crimsun)
Changed in human-icon-theme:
importance: Undecided → Wishlist
Revision history for this message
Matthew Paul Thomas (mpt) wrote :

Both those screenshot URLs return 404 errors, Ubuntu does not use icons in its "OK" buttons, and the reporter of this bug no longer uses Launchpad. If you know what this bug was about and know that Ubuntu still suffers it, please reopen with more info.

Changed in human-icon-theme (Ubuntu):
status: New → Incomplete
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