Description of problem:
The current "Shareable" icon on "Disks" tab is not well designed.
It could possibly be redesigned.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
How reproducible: 100%
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Login to Admin Portal
2. Click Disks tab
3. Check the column header next to "Bootable"
Design does not seem to be adequate
It should be improved
Created attachment 925916 [details]
Currently icon of sharable
This icon unsure meaning from the perspective of universal design.
@Liz/Eldan - any improvement suggestions?
The hand icon sharing is coming from Windows world - but is quite good.
I can make it differently but it will still come from Windows world.
From what I saw, there is no really any graphic parallel in Linux.
Normally when you want to mention that something is shared - you just write: Shareable.
The problem is when we want to mention it inside a table. It takes space to write Shareable (and this is only in English - could take more characters in other languages). So best is to have an icon.
The common share icon we found today in the web is more a publish icon (share idea/post...) and not a share of an item (share folder with someone else)
But still this is the only familiar way to recognise share.
The attachment is enclosed.
Created attachment 928333 [details]
Created attachment 933284 [details]
new share disk icon
Please use the latest icon.
(In reply to Eldan Hildesheim from comment #4)
> Created attachment 928333 [details]
> shareable disk
I think. This icon better than shareable icon of RHEV.
Why do you bother about hand icon?
Created attachment 933285 [details]
Sample - Shared folder icon on Windows 8
Shared folder icon on Windows 8, It didn't included "hand".
I don't think the Windows 8 version is good - too complex, u don't really get it's share, more like: a Network Folder.
Why are we trying so hard to copy from Microsoft?
Other options where considered with the UX team - the selected one, is the best.
Sorry, I think I misunderstood some of the comments above.
So is the icon (a disk with a 3 connected dots symbol) shown in the attachment 928333 [details] going to be used as final?
The hand icon.