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  1. Mary

    “We didn’t want any straight lines…”
    The lines in the Y, A, H and ! look pretty straight to me.

    “…scallops on the ends of the letters…”
    Where? I must be severely blind! I don’t see any scalloping at all. Did someone change the definition of that word maybe? :D

    The O’s have always been offset. the only difference I see is that they changed it to purple. If they did more than that, then their “change” failed. *shrugs shoulders*

    Can we have a before and after picture? :)

  2. Seamus McSeamus

    [@Mike]
    Yep. It’s just there, and certainly doesn’t inspire me to use Yahoo… if they are trying to draw more traffic to the search engine, perhaps changing one the o’s into a magnifying glass might have been considered. Or is that too cliché’?

    Of the ones they offered, I preferred this one.

  3. RealBull

    It does nothing for me, so I think they should have done some more designs before settling on this. The last “o” being slightly larger than the previous one is a nice touch, but maybe it was in the old one? I don’t remember. It’s too plain so I guess they wanted to fit in with all the boring zen designs like Apple, Google and Windows 8. Monkey see, Monkey do.