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Humanoid

   3.3  

GNOME Icon Theme

Score 76%
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Minimum required   GNOME 2.x
Downloads:  5814
Submitted:  Jun 3 2009
Updated:  Jul 25 2009

Description:

A new composition (mod.) of Gnome-Colors-Human for come something nearer to the original Human-Theme. It's wonderful and works perfectly with Gnome-Do. ;-)

More can be read in DeviantArt ...

Enjoy. :-)

PD:
!!! It's always best to remove a previous version before upgrading !!!

Donates are very welcome, because I spend many many many hours of time and own talents in this Set...

The source/idea of the folder (48px-svg) was given by K.Vishnoo Charan Reddy. A lot of thanks ...




Changelog:

1.3: many corrections by hand in the small sizes. ;)
1.4: log-out (scalable) better; new Inkscape, Packages-Icons more 3D ;)
1.5: full consistence with the Network-Icons; Brightness-Icon included
1.6: Nautilus in white and Wlan is white, too ;)
1.6.1: Evolution included ;) 1.6.2: minor fixes ;)
1.7: new desktop-theme and desktop-locale ;)
1.8: Humanoid-blue included (blue folders - inicial!)
1.8.1: Humanoid-blue: Trash-Can in small sizes improved ;)
1.8.2: a handful fixes ... all about Humanoid-blue (apps [more blue])
1.9: more up to date to the actual gnome-colors-theme
1.9.1: better gnome-power-manager ;)
1.9.2: new software-update and media-optical (gnome-colors)
1.9.3: tomboy back to the roots - Bugs cleanup ;)
1.9.4: new system-search and fixed on 23 of june ...
1.9.5: rotage-left and right is better now
1.9.6: better folders and better internet-icon in the blue-version
2.0: a new look and feel ... (actions - places) ;)
2.1: apport a la Human; user-info fixed; rhythmbox new and near to the original; xchat, systemtest and fav. programs from the actual Gnome-Colors-Set ;)
2.2: some improvements ;) 2.3: some more improvements ...

3.0: Mayor update!!! ... so for example you will find new folders, too. ;)
3.1: Rhythmbox fixed
3.2: view-refreh 16px brighter and documents-recent better ;)
3.3: IconSet with slight corrections; Bonus: Aurora-Engine and a lassekongo83 Theme (Nooto light mods. [CC])



License:
It bewares always the same license what the Gnome-Colors-Iconsset haves ...

$ 1.00 USD(Deviant Art)
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  Interestingly, some compromi

 
 by mio69 on: Aug 27 2009
 
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Good work, careful ... But little seems to me the whole thing without the idea, too old school gnome. Maybe Mimetypes is not genuine. It also bothers me a little weird inclination icon. But no hard feelings that's my opinion. Sorry for bad English. This set often use in my gnome .....


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 by schollidesign on: Aug 27 2009
 
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Thanks for your opinion. Always nice to hear others opinons.
But honestly...
Gnome-icons are the Base-icons on Gnome. It's old-school, but it's what only fits well on a Gnome-System. I explain you:
Gnome uses many icons in 16px, 22px and 24px. Only this style make you sure that you can recognize and see well what you get presented in those small sizes. The delevopers of applications makes their icons in the same style of the given base. It means. If your Hires-modern-Icon-Set don't support this application you will see a Gnome-style or similar kind of icon between the rest. The consistence will suffer something or a lot. If you want a whole consistence look on your Gnome-System, you should accept the old-school-style and use Sets like Humanoid, Gnome-Colors, Erectus, ... or simply the original Gnome-icon-Set. ;)

Gnome3 will receive a fresh-up in their Icon-Set. All will be slightly more modern and beautiful, but with the same old-school-base as always. :)


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 Re: Re: Interestingly, some compromi

 
 by mio69 on: Aug 27 2009
 
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Yes, of course, I agree ...
I personally use a style icon Humanity, Elementary, Humanoid. GTK Theme Wasp, Sugar. This is the best icon themes for GNOME and environment. Of course, KDE icon here seem very strange and inconsistent. But I thought your icon to be smoother and more contemporary than old school. Humanoid's colors seem to me very sharp. But otherwise there is much doubrou work from you.


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 Re: Re: Interestingly, some compromi

 
 by mio69 on: Aug 27 2009
 
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--- correct---- But otherwise this is a very good job from you.


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 Re: Re: Re: Interestingly, some compromi

 
 by schollidesign on: Aug 27 2009
 
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Thank you.
Yes I sharped the icons in small sizes to their maximum. But some of them was yet sharp as default. ;)
I like sharp and recognizable icons more than smooth and overloaded.

Gnome with Gnome3 is doing a refreshing in their default-Set and KDE with 4.x is still completing and improving. In the end both Desktop-Managers will have a sufficient good Set as default so that the most of peoples wouldn't search no more better icon-Sets developed by a 3thrd person for their satisfactions. Mhh I hope so, because:

Create a whole icon-Set is a lot of work. With time and missing [following] support makes that hard developed Set more and more incomplete etc.
A good made default-Set let peoples happy and it's always up-to-date and supported ... ;)

Ahoi


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