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Description of problem:
The password change utility icon "password.png" in
HAT>>Preferences>>Password is very similar to the lock screen icon
"lock.png" in the HAT menu.
Personally I think something with a keylike element in it might be
better for a password change GUI, and would help to differentiate the
Also "password.png" looks slightly more bluecurvey in that angular 3D
way than "lock.png" and personally I think would probably look better
for the lock screen icon in the HAT menu.
Just my 0.2 cents.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1.Open up the Gnome menu HAT>>Preferences
2.Look at the Password change utility icon "password.png"
3.Notice its very sililar to the "lock screen" icon in HAT menu.
4.Perhaps the password change icon should be more keyish than lockish?
5.Consider whether "password.png" also might possibly look better as
the lock screen icon than "lock.png".
Updated in redhat-artwork CVS; now using the keys.
Yeah! Developers really listen! :D