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My customer would like to use the Trados Studio logo and Icom for a system that works with Trados Studio under development.This is expected to prevent confusion by allowing users to recognize a common interface.Is it possible to limit the icons used in Trados Studio to the linkage function?
Hi Paul,Do you have any idea of this Q?Kind Regards,Katsu
Katsushi Yamada said:Is it possible to limit the icons used in Trados Studio to the linkage function?
What does this mean? What is the "linkage" function?
For example. .. .. If the system they developed had the ability to push projects to Trados Studio, use the Trados Studio icon. Maybe it's just a button to launch Trados Studio from their system.
I'm afraid I really don't understand your question. You said asked this:
This sounded as though you wanted some mechanism to reduce the number of icons used by Trados Studio. The answer to this question is no.
You then said this:
Katsushi Yamada said:If the system they developed had the ability to push projects to Trados Studio, use the Trados Studio icon. Maybe it's just a button to launch Trados Studio from their system.
You can use whatever icon you like for your integration. I think using the same icon as Trados Studio would be confusing and I'd recommend you create your own icon.
It doesn't sound as though you actually have a technical question here. Or am I missing the point completely?
Thank you for your reply.Perhaps you have a good grasp of the point.Tell them that it's okay to use the TS icon for the TS integration feature.I also recommend using your own icons to avoid confusion with their own features.Kind Regards,Katsu