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Blumanity

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GNOME Icon Theme

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Minimum required   GNOME 2.x
Downloads:  2663
Submitted:  Nov 8 2009
Updated:  Nov 27 2009

Description:

This is the default Ubuntu 9.10 icon theme, Humanity. What I have changed all of the ugly orange/earth tones to soothing deep blues to match my aesthetic preferences.




Changelog:

I have used the Humanity weather icons from piotrekp that can be found here: http://gnome-look.org/content/show.php/Humanity+Weather+Icons?content=115099

and modified them to align with the blue color scheme of my theme.




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 by TheWiseDj on: Nov 9 2009
 
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A simple "Invert color" is a customization???


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 Haha

 
 by DanRabbit on: Nov 9 2009
 
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Well, this is interesting, but there is already a blue version of Humanity :p

Rather, Humanity is the orange version of elementary icons ;)


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 Re: Haha

 
 by Izo on: Nov 9 2009
 
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Heh, I was going to say this.

/izo\


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 agree sort of

 
 by monkeybritt on: Nov 9 2009
 
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as far as i know though elementary doesnt have the same tray icons, which are pretty cool i think. but if elementary did that would be awesome i think the colors are better


check me out at http://mb-monkeypoo.blogspot.com/ suggestions welcome!
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 Re: agree sort of

 
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Check out elementary from bzr @ lp:elementaryicons

There's a monochrome branch in there for light panels I'm working on ;)


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 Re: Re: agree sort of

 
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sweet thanks your work is always good


check me out at http://mb-monkeypoo.blogspot.com/ suggestions welcome!
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 your Blumanity-icons

 
 by Karmicbastler on: Nov 9 2009
 
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hi stapenella,

one question: could you please make a tar.gz-file with these icons please? So it will be easier for me to install these nice icons.

Please do so, because I think I am not the only one, who has problems in installing your nice icons because of t he file-type.

My Ubuntu says, that this file-type is not supported.

Thanks in advance,
Karmicbastler


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 Re: your Blumanity-icons

 
 by stapenella on: Nov 10 2009
 
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tis done.


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 Re: Re: your Blumanity-icons

 
 by stapenella on: Nov 27 2009
 
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By the way, the program that handles ".7z" files is "7Zip." It is a decent archiver/unpacker that handles a wide range of archive formats.

It's open source and can be found in the Ubuntu Software Center or at http://www.7-zip.org/


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 red color of Blumanity Icons?

 
 by Karmicbastler on: Nov 26 2009
 
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hey sapenella,

I have your icons working now for a while and love them really!! They are so beautyful, that I wanted to ask, if you could make the same icons in red color?? And when you make the upload here, could you also pack them into a .tar.gz-archive please?

Why I ask? Becaus I found the gtk and Windowborder for a red variation of the human theme here on http://gnome-look.org. Only these icons in red color would be misssing.

Could you consider this perhaps please? This would be kind from you.

Thanks in advance.

Greetings
Karmicbastler


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 Re: red color of Blumanity Icons?

 
 by stapenella on: Nov 27 2009
 
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Hey Karmicblaster,

Thanks for the appreciation!

I made the Blumanity icon theme only because of my selfish desire to ditch the orange grossness that came default with Karmic. I decided to share what I was doing with the community so that anyone who felt the way I did could benefit from the work that I would have done exclusively for myself.

Unfortunately, I don't have the time or desire to make a red Humanity theme for anyone. I am not interested, personally, in the look, and don't have the time/energy to start a whole new color modification that I would never use.

I will help you out a little if you wanted to modify mine except with a red theme. I suggest these colors as the ones that you use in the theme based upon the red Humanity theme that I found on gnome-look:

e10403ff - very light
b40302ff - light
730302ff - medium
4c0302ff - dark

I did think of a name for the red theme too. If I were to make it, I would call it "Rougemanity." Just a suggestion/pun.

Thanks


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