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CPU Frequency Scaling icons in greyscale

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CPU Frequency Scaling icons in greyscale
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Submitted:  Oct 4 2009

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This is CPU Frequency Scaling Monitor applet icons I created for Humanity icon theme.
This version is with greyscale fill.

To use it, copy icons to you /usr/share/pixmaps/cpufreq-applet/ directory.
To do it in terminal, cd to extracted icons and do
sudo cp cpufreq-* /usr/share/pixmaps/cpufreq-applet/


Updated version available at
http://gnome-look.org/content/show.php?content=113148




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 by MastroPino on: Oct 5 2009
 
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perfect with humanity icons set!


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 thanks

 
 by BobCFC on: Oct 9 2009
 
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Well done!

Could you have a go at the Ubuntu One icon? I tried making the original greyscale but it looked messy.

Ubuntu One is installed by default in Karmic and really standsout next to the other grey status icons


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Could you tell me, where originaly ubuntuone icons are located? Then I could try to create version that would fit with other panel icons.


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 by BobCFC on: Oct 9 2009
 
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There is a folder in Karmic called

/usr/share/ubuntuone-client/icons/hicolor

which has the status icons for error/offline. The most important size is 24x24 which is the size of default panels.

I think that for the normal status icon they just use the application icon at

/usr/share/app-install/icons/ubuntuone-client.png

Good luck mate, I can see from you 1.5 version you have talent. The trouble I had was making different sizes. The new humanity status seem to be simpler, only two shades.


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I can upload if you are running Jaunty


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Thanks, I will check out those icons. And from version alpha-5, karmic was stable enough for me to use it.


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I have created Ubuntu One Humanity style icons, you can check them out at
http://gnome-look.org/content/show.php?content=113543


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