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Lila-Ubuntu

  

GNOME Icon Theme

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Downloads:  1592
Submitted:  Jan 6 2010

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It is cute, cartoonish, and purple! It is also a Gentoo theme (http://www.lila-center.info)! It might be oldish, but it is still a very complete icon set. So, I thought I should share my personal version, with a few new icons and a lot of name changes, to make it Ubuntu compatible. Just drag&drop to install the original purple version. Or, if you are interested in other color variations, decompress the file to your Home folder and follow the instructions in the file INSTRUCTIONS.html (inside the Lila-Ubuntu folder).




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 Link not exists

 
 by DjMasde on: Jan 6 2010
 
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Very good theme, but the link does not exist, comes as broken, could you please back up to the subject, and put a valid link

greetings


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 Re: Link not exists

 
 by jennie on: Jan 6 2010
 
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Could you try again in 10 minutes? It is in my dropbox account and I messed something up.


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 the link is now operational

 
 by DjMasde on: Jan 6 2010
 
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sorry, now if the link works

the subject was 10


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 Nice job!

 
 by Apopatos on: Feb 2 2010
 
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My sister loves lila icons and now with your theme I built for her some new flavours.
thank you :)

Only in the advanced command you have a small mistake.

You forgot to add

/g"

in the last line, after
"s/Lila-Ubuntu/NAME


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 Re: Nice job!

 
 by jennie on: Feb 3 2010
 
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Thanks, and thanks for catching that mistake! Fixed it. (But the Dropbox server seems to be down, so it might not appear corrected until later today)

Also, have you tried any new color combinations? Please share!


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 Re: Re: Nice job!

 
 by Apopatos on: Feb 3 2010
 
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Not yet, I'll try them when I get her laptop in my hands.

BTW have you ever thought to port your icon-themes to KDE4?
Both Gnome and KDE4 have compatible icon-themes, so I suppose it won't be a work from scratch :)


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 Re: Re: Re: Nice job!

 
 by jennie on: Feb 3 2010
 
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Port to KDE, huh?
Truth is, I have never really used KDE, so I am not really interested in spending time renaming a bunch of icons that I will not be using. Plus, it is a lot more difficult to do testing when you are not familiar with an environment.
I would provide hints to anyone who might be interested in doing this, however. There used to be a Lila-KDE theme, and you can find the svg icons in http://prdownload.berlios.de/lila-theme/lila-kde-svg-0.8.3.tar.bz2, so you would probably end up with a pretty complete theme.

Sorry for disappointing you!


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Nice job!

 
 by Apopatos on: Feb 4 2010
 
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Hehe acceptable. I can only hope that you'll try KDE in the future. After that, there is no return :P

BTW thanks for the link. Do you have any ducumentation about theme creation? I can't find anything for KDE4...


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Nice job!

 
 by jennie on: Feb 4 2010
 
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Not really.
From what I understand, the main compatibility problem between gnome and KDE is that KDE avoids using svg icons. So, here is how you can turn the svg icons to png:
1. Install inkscape and decompress Lila-Ubuntu.tar.bz2 inside your home folder.
2. Replace all the symbolic links with icons, because we will rename the icons to .png, and the links will be broken. In a terminal:
mkdir Lila-KDE; cp -r -L -t Lila-KDE Lila-Ubuntu/*
3. Use inkscape from the terminal to export to png:
cd Lila-KDE; find -depth -name "*.svg" | while read i; do inkscape -f "$i" -e "${i/.svg}".png; done
(This exports to the original size of the svgs. You can use e.g. "inkscape -h 48" to indicate an icon height of 48px.

One thing you could do now is move this new folder to your kde icons folder, and see if it works. If it doesn't, you might have to make a copy of your default kde theme (Oxygen, right?), and replace its icons one by one, renaming when necessary. Also, you will have to make the necessary changes to the index.theme file.


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Nice job!

 
 by Apopatos on: Feb 4 2010
 
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I see... Inkscape huh? Useful program :)
Thanks a lot for the information. I'll tell you when I create it finally.



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 Re: Re: Re: Nice job!

 
 by jennie on: Feb 3 2010
 
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Port to KDE, huh?
Truth is, I have never really used KDE, so I am not really interested in spending time renaming a bunch of icons that I will not be using. Plus, it is a lot more difficult to do testing when you are not familiar with an environment.
I would provide hints to anyone who might be interested in doing this, however. There used to be a Lila-KDE theme, and you can find the svg icons in http://prdownload.berlios.de/lila-theme/lila-kde-svg-0.8.3.tar.bz2, so you would probably end up with a pretty complete theme.

Sorry for disappointing you!


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 Couldn't change the colors!

 
 by ShadowYukiko on: Feb 23 2014
 
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The installation went OK, but when I change the icons, it comes out the same original color(purple).
I'm using Gnome 2.x.


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 Re: Couldn't change the colors!

 
 by jennie on: Mar 4 2014
 
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Hi, and sorry for the late reply.
Since there are a couple of different options available, exactly which instructions did you use?
Anyway, I just changed something in the instructions, so maybe it will install fine if you try again. Remember to select the correct icons name (LilaU-SOMENAME, not LilaU), and maybe restart the computer afterwards.


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 Re: Re: Couldn't change the colors!

 
 by ShadowYukiko on: Mar 8 2014
 
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Thank you :) It worked fine with MagIcons!


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 Re: Re: Couldn't change the colors!

 
 by ZMA on: Mar 19 2014
 
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Error! If you follow this:

tar -jxf LilaU.tar.bz2 && find . -type f | xargs sed -i -e "s/d9cce6/cccdbc/g" -e "s/73667f/747672/g" -e "s/261933/2e3436/g" -e "s/LilaU/LilaU-Carbonite/g" && cd ~ && mv LilaU ~/.icons/LilaU-Carbonite;


then nothing happens. The terminal bust folders on the desktop, etc.

If you write well:


tar -jxf LilaU.tar.bz2; cd ~/LilaU; find . -type f | xargs sed -i -e "s/d9cce6/cccdbc/g" -e "s/73667f/747672/g" -e "s/261933/2e3436/g" -e "s/LilaU/LilaU-Carbonite/g"; cd ~; mv LilaU ~/.icons/LilaU-Carbonite;

then everything works fine.

P.S. I have LinuxMint 14


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