I've just added the fontawesome css file and font assets, but bootstrap is still applying the background image sprites.
Shouldn't fontawesome.css override the background-image and background-postion attributes from the standard bootstrap.css?
I'm also having the same issue when using the CSS. Here is an example: http://i.imgur.com/BlvZE.png
Most noticeable as a shadow on the add task '+' and the check-box icons.
@dritterman you can override Bootstrap sprite glyphs by adding the following:
I think Fontawesome should use a different class name instead of icon- to avois conflict with the sprites until Bootstrap officially integrates font icons.
I think I can accomplish this by overriding a few options that base Bootstrap is setting.
@Anahkiasen I wanted to keep these the same to make it as easy as possible for someone already using the icons that come with BS 2.0
I just created a branch that might work for you, https://github.com/mandric/twitter-bootstrap/tree/font-awesome still testing a bit. Also it could be cool if you could switch between the two and not notice, that would probably get it into the twitter dev branch quicker. The first thing I notice in switching between the two is the default size is smaller in font-awesome.
adding sprites.less reset which fixes issue #6
Conflict with sprites.less should now be resolved.
As far as the issue where Font Awesome icons are smaller, I'll have to think about how to address that. There are a few options, but it might be best to address it at the font level itself. I definitely want to fix that.