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AER-OS-XK

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Link:  http://
Downloads:  33284
Submitted:  Dec 11 2006
Updated:  Mar 1 2008

Description:

An Aero-OSX style theme. It uses icons from the Aero theme, OSX, and OS-K (KDE), as well as some new ones. It covers most gnome applications. In the extras pack there are icons for the cpu-freq applet as well as for gaim, emerald-theme-manager and one outstanding emblem.

Some outstanding issues are:
1. Volume applet
2. The sidebar icons in rhythmbox
3. The 3 icons on the very far right in file-roller
4. The network icons in the control center
5. The normal font icon in gaim
Any help with locating these icons appreciated.

INSTALLING EXTRAS:
sudo cp -r /usr/share/pixmaps/gaim /usr/share/gaim.bk
sudo cp -r /extras/gaim /usr/share/pixmaps/gaim
sudo cp -r /usr/share/pixmaps/lpi-help.png /usr/share/pixmaps/lpi-help.bk
sudo cp -r /extras/lpi-help.png /usr/share/pixmaps/lpi-help.png
sudo cp -r /usr/share/pixmaps/lpi-translate.png /usr/share/pixmaps/lpi-translate.bk
sudo cp -r /extras/lpi-translate.png /usr/share/pixmaps/lpi-translate.png
sudo cp -r /usr/share/pixmaps/cpufreq-applet /usr/share/cpufreq-applet.bk
sudo cp -r /extras/cpufreq-applet /usr/share/pixmaps/cpufreq-applet
sudo cp -r /usr/share/pixmaps/emerald-theme-manager-icon.png /usr/share/pixmaps/emerald.bk
sudo cp -r /extras/emerald-theme-manager-icon.png /usr/share/pixmaps/
sudo cp -r /usr/share/pixmaps/nautilus/erase.png /usr/share/pixmaps/nautilus/erase.bk
sudo cp -r /extras/emblem-erase.png /usr/share/pixmaps/nautilus/erase.png




Changelog:

Added stock music library to separate download - fixes rhythmbox
To install:
Download the link above then
copy it to AER-OS-XK/24x24/actions/



License:
Combination of the previous works - non commercial

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(stock music library)
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 Very Big Icons

 
 by rahulthewall3000 on: Mar 1 2008
 
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Maybe I am getting something wrong here, but on my desktop some of the icons (battery meter, actions such as install, stop, etc. ) are unnaturally large. How do I fix this?


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 by kiwiadam2 on: Mar 2 2008
 
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**yawn** another copyright infringing compilation of copyright infringing iconsets.


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 Same problem ...

 
 by wyred4sound on: Mar 2 2008
 
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I'm having the same problem that was posted above with extremely large icons - any suggestions?


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 Re: Same problem ...

 
 by mehd36 on: Mar 7 2008
 
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Well, this is not really a traditional icon set. First, You must untar the downloaded file, and run :
./buildset.sh
in the folder AER-OS-XK
After this, the correct sizes are made, and you can move the folder AER-OS-XK to /home/user/.icons/

:-D
(Sorry for my bad english)


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 Re: Same problem ...

 
 by mehd36 on: Mar 7 2008
 
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Well, this is not really a traditional icon set. First, You must untar the downloaded file, and run :
./buildset.sh
in the folder AER-OS-XK
After this, the correct sizes are made, and a "good" AER-OS-XK.tar.bz2 file is made. Now, you can install this file with Gnome :d

:-D
(Sorry for my bad english)


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 Use of AER-OS-XK

 
 by manamani on: Apr 25 2008
 
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hello, I want to know if I can use this icon collection in a professional work. I don´t want sell then else I want to use like embellishment.

Thanks.


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 Cant get it to work out

 
 by fr0sty on: May 29 2008
 
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I have got the converter program and am able to run the build.sh file or whatever its called, but when i install it, it still has the large icons. The other sizes were made, but only the program files icons are made, not the other areas like catagories or devices. I deleted the 128x128 folder which fixed the large icons but it then doesnt have the icons from this set. i am so lost, and am using ubuntu 8.04


dont got one

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 Resizing images to 24x24

 
 by mrdickie on: Jun 29 2008
 
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First install imagemagick. I found it in the APT repositries. Its fairly straight forward to install. Then using a terminal use this command
mogrify -resize 24x24 *.png, making sure that you have used the cd command to go to the directory your icons are in. For example:-

$ cd home/richard/.icons/aer-os-xk/128x128/apps
$ mogrify -resize 24x24 *.png

and it converts your icons to 24x24 size or whatever you want it to be, just change the 24x24 to 32x32 or 48x48, you get the idea!


Trying to be helpful, mrdickie
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