TweeGo Version: v2.1.1+81d1d71
Story Format: SugarCube v2.31.1
The default menu buttons available in SugarCube have specialized icons. Are those icons documented anywhere? Are other icons included which could be used for user-created menu buttons?
The default icons I’m referring to are the “floppy”, “gear” and “on/off” icons which are in front of the “Saves”, “Settings” and “Reset” menu buttons. (See the attached image.)
I could swear that I saw a mention somewhere of a family of such icons being available but I can’t find it any more. I’m actually not sure if I’m using incorrect terms in my search or if I’m conflating them with icons available for some other IF story format.
Currently I’m using characters from the font I’m using for the story’s text, but they aren’t all that appealing.
Edited to add:
Using Firefox’s “Inspect Element”, I discovered that those menu items seem to be using the font “tme-fa-icons”. Unfortunately, the html code which generates them is, shall we say, less than transparent. A web search discovered a table showing the font elements at http://www.motoslave.net/sugarcube/tmp/tme-fa-icons/ (It being in a tmp directory is less than encouraging, though.) I also found @HiEv replying to a question similar to mine at http://twinery.org/questions/754/is-it-possible-to-put-icons-on-the-buttons-in-the-ui-bar However, the example there makes use of a font class (“fa fa-pencil fa-fw” ) which, so far, I haven’t found mentioned anywhere else, and which doesn’t seem to work in the current version of SugarCube.
Is there any documentation describing the font classes which are available in SugarCube?
Or am I going to have to define one myself?