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I updated today to the latest version and I was a little shocked when I saw the new logo.
The first thing that popped into my head is that it looks too much like the Z-Symbol that is currently being used by the Russian Federation to commit heinous crimes in Ukraine.
I can imagine it obviously isn't your intention to upset people.
Therefore I would please ask you to change it to the previous logo untill you've found a new more neutral design.
Oh my God, please, please, please change this new "Z" icon. What an absolutely horrible thing for me to see on my start bar!!!!
And I'm not even Ukrainian—just someone who's been watching this sad and disgusting atrocity being committed by the "Ruzzians". And I was so disturbed by the new logo that I went digging, first in the Zoom Settings, and then on Google, to try to revert this horrible change.
Can you even imagine what kind of actual, real-life, physical trauma your new logo is likely to elicit among the estimated 16 million Ukrainians who have been displaced by putin the warmonger? Not to mention the untold countless others who are friends, colleagues, neighbors of those 16 million... Or even anyone else on Planet Earth who is sick and tired of seeing this disgusting "Z" plastered all over the tanks, uniforms, cardboard boxes and dirty rags being bandied about by the heartless, inhuman monsters who defend vlad's campaign to try to kill their neighbors and steal their home??
Please, please, please change the icon.
Or, you know, let us choose what icon we want to use! (Oh, how I miss the good old days when software allowed users to control things such as "what version of our icon appears in your system tray"...)
I totally agree. I have also written to Zoom support without any reaction. To use the "Russian Swastika" as app icon is an extremely mindless and distasteful design flaw. Particularly after a discussion last year, in which another company named "Zoom" was critizised for keeping their "Z", and then canged it.
The new logo is terrible! It is completely identical to the russian swastika - the russian symbol of the war against Ukraine. The russians are probably very happy about it. It seems that you ordered the design in russia. Now and forever, it is a symbol of the genocide of the Ukrainian people and the unspeakably terrible war crimes of Russia. Therefore, it became very unpleasant for me to use zoom, now I use it only in extreme cases.
The public use of fascist symbols can have serious consequences. In particular, it can lead to conflicts between people who have different views on these issues. In addition, in many countries, the use of fascist symbols can be a legal basis for criminal prosecution.
It is also worth noting that fascism is an ideology that is considered evil and is associated with totalitarianism, racism, violence, and disrespect for human rights. Therefore, the use of fascist symbols can evoke negative emotions in many people, especially those who have directly experienced the terrible consequences of fascism in the past.
Z - is the symbolism of modern fascism.
It's unethical to use the equivalent of a modern Svastika as you Favico.
Alone for our friends in Ukraine, this icon can course severer trauma. The people that draws Z's on their cars and tanks have committed human atrocities many places in Ukraine.
Today I updated Zoom and to my horror I see that you have updated your logo to something this untasteful. It's probably not done in bad spirits, but it leaves a bitter taste in people's mouth.
It would be proper to come with an excuse and correct the icon to something acceptable in today's climate.
Until that time I cannot recommend Zoom and will not use it myself if I can prevent it.
Hope you are listening.
Looks like I need to create a different logo image, save it as ico (not jpg or png), then open zoom.exe in 7-zip, replace .rsrc/ICON/3.ico with the file I had made, repack it, to a new file named zoom.exe, and open that instead of zoom.exe. For older Windows versions, this might work for you: