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Remove white background from qgis_icon.svg #7309

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daniviga commented Jun 25, 2018


Remove the white background from ./images/icons/qgis_icon.svg making it suitable to be used as the app icon. Not sure if this breaks something else [1]. See #7291 (comment) for further explanations.


[1] BTW it was already transparent in QGIS 2:


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nirvn approved these changes Jun 25, 2018

@m-kuhn m-kuhn merged commit b3d2619 into qgis:master Jun 25, 2018

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nyalldawson commented Jun 26, 2018

Ouch, how'd we miss this one for so long!?

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