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Oxymentary (Oxygen Icons for GNOME)

   0.1  

GNOME Icon Theme

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Oxymentary (Oxygen Icons for GNOME)
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Minimum required   GNOME 2.x
Downloads:  13437
Submitted:  May 23 2011
Updated:  Nov 7 2011

Description:

Designed to be a more complete version of the Oxygen Icon Theme for use in the GNOME2 environment.

As the normal Tango compliant Oxygen theme misses certain GNOME specific icons that some programs use, it tends to cause some icons to fall back to the original vanilla GNOME icons which clash with the Oxygen icons. This theme is designed to add in many of the missing icons, and in cases where the icon is not found, it will fall back to using icons from the Elementary theme (if installed).

The original Oxygen Icons are part of the Oxygen project

Oxymentary Monochrome provides monochrome icons for use on light colored panels. It is a version of Elementary Monochrome designed to use the Oxymentary Icons instead of the Elementary Icons.

UPDATE: I have also included a link to Oxymentary Theme. A style settings file for QTCurve that provides a unified look across both KDE and GNOME desktops.




Changelog:

0.1 Initial Release




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 They look great

 
 by edisso10018 on: May 30 2011
 
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and are very complete. Thanks for that.

What windows decoration/theme are you using in your screenshot?


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 Re: They look great

 
 by Zeroangel on: May 31 2011
 
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Thanks. The emerald decoration I am using is based off of this one

http://gnome-look.org/content/show.php/Windows+7+new?content=127949

I made lots of little edits to it to make it suit me, so I don't know if that one will look very much like the one i'm using but there you go.


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 Splendid!

 
 by sadi on: Dec 10 2011
 
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This was one of the best things that made me prefer using Kubuntu instead of Ubuntu for some time, and now I have the best of two worlds -- almost.
Thanks a lot for fixing the Oxygen icon theme with this!


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 Nautilus File System icon blank

 
 by sadi on: May 26 2012
 
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So far this is the only problem I've seen in this excellent icon theme.
I guess it must be easy to display a disk drive icon there, but I wish I knew how this can be done...


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 Re: Nautilus File System icon blank

 
 by sadi on: Jul 15 2012
 
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Actually, there is another one: System Settings group icons for Personal, Hardware and System.


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 Re: Nautilus File System icon blank

 
 by sadi on: Jul 16 2012
 
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This fixes the blank "File System" icon issue in Nautilus:
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sudo ln -sf /usr/share/icons/oxymentary/16x16/devices/drive-harddisk.png /usr/share/icons/oxymentary/16x16/devices/drive-harddisk-system.png
sudo ln -sf /usr/share/icons/oxymentary/22x22/devices/drive-harddisk.png /usr/share/icons/oxymentary/22x22/devices/drive-harddisk-system.png
sudo ln -sf /usr/share/icons/oxymentary/32x32/devices/drive-harddisk.png /usr/share/icons/oxymentary/32x32/devices/drive-harddisk-system.png
sudo ln -sf /usr/share/icons/oxymentary/48x48/devices/drive-harddisk.png /usr/share/icons/oxymentary/48x48/devices/drive-harddisk-system.png
sudo ln -sf /usr/share/icons/oxymentary/64x64/devices/drive-harddisk.png /usr/share/icons/oxymentary/64x64/devices/drive-harddisk-system.png
sudo ln -sf /usr/share/icons/oxymentary/128x128/devices/drive-harddisk.png /usr/share/icons/oxymentary/16x16/devices/drive-harddisk-system.png
sudo ln -sf /usr/share/icons/oxymentary/256x256/devices/drive-harddisk.png /usr/share/icons/oxymentary/256x256/devices/drive-harddisk-system.png


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 Re: Missing categories icons

 
 by sadi on: Jul 16 2012
 
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This might be affecting only Ubuntu System Settings and not Gnome Control Center in others. But here is the solution:

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sudo ln -sf /usr/share/icons/oxymentary/16x16/categories/preferences-desktop-personal.png /usr/share/icons/oxymentary/16x16/categories/preferences-desktop-personal-directory.png
sudo ln -sf /usr/share/icons/oxymentary/22x22/categories/preferences-desktop-personal.png /usr/share/icons/oxymentary/22x22/categories/preferences-desktop-personal-directory.png
sudo ln -sf /usr/share/icons/oxymentary/32x32/categories/preferences-desktop-personal.png /usr/share/icons/oxymentary/32x32/categories/preferences-desktop-personal-directory.png
sudo ln -sf /usr/share/icons/oxymentary/48x48/categories/preferences-desktop-personal.png /usr/share/icons/oxymentary/48x48/categories/preferences-desktop-personal-directory.png
sudo ln -sf /usr/share/icons/oxymentary/64x64/categories/preferences-desktop-personal.png /usr/share/icons/oxymentary/64x64/categories/preferences-desktop-personal-directory.png
sudo ln -sf /usr/share/icons/oxymentary/128x128/categories/preferences-desktop-personal.png /usr/share/icons/oxymentary/128x128/categories/preferences-desktop-personal-directory.png
sudo ln -sf /usr/share/icons/oxymentary/256x256/categories/preferences-desktop-personal.png /usr/share/icons/oxymentary/256x256/categories/preferences-desktop-personal-directory.png
sudo ln -sf /usr/share/icons/oxymentary/16x16/categories/preferences-desktop-peripherals.png /usr/share/icons/oxymentary/16x16/categories/preferences-desktop-peripherals-directory.png
sudo ln -sf /usr/share/icons/oxymentary/22x22/categories/preferences-desktop-peripherals.png /usr/share/icons/oxymentary/22x22/categories/preferences-desktop-peripherals-directory.png
sudo ln -sf /usr/share/icons/oxymentary/32x32/categories/preferences-desktop-peripherals.png /usr/share/icons/oxymentary/32x32/categories/preferences-desktop-peripherals-directory.png
sudo ln -sf /usr/share/icons/oxymentary/48x48/categories/preferences-desktop-peripherals.png /usr/share/icons/oxymentary/48x48/categories/preferences-desktop-peripherals-directory.png
sudo ln -sf /usr/share/icons/oxymentary/64x64/categories/preferences-desktop-peripherals.png /usr/share/icons/oxymentary/64x64/categories/preferences-desktop-peripherals-directory.png
sudo ln -sf /usr/share/icons/oxymentary/128x128/categories/preferences-desktop-peripherals.png /usr/share/icons/oxymentary/128x128/categories/preferences-desktop-peripherals-directory.png
sudo ln -sf /usr/share/icons/oxymentary/256x256/categories/preferences-desktop-peripherals.png /usr/share/icons/oxymentary/256x256/categories/preferences-desktop-peripherals-directory.png
sudo ln -sf /usr/share/icons/oxymentary/16x16/categories/preferences-system.png /usr/share/icons/oxymentary/16x16/categories/preferences-system-directory.png
sudo ln -sf /usr/share/icons/oxymentary/22x22/categories/preferences-system.png /usr/share/icons/oxymentary/22x22/categories/preferences-system-directory.png
sudo ln -sf /usr/share/icons/oxymentary/32x32/categories/preferences-system.png /usr/share/icons/oxymentary/32x32/categories/preferences-system-directory.png
sudo ln -sf /usr/share/icons/oxymentary/48x48/categories/preferences-system.png /usr/share/icons/oxymentary/48x48/categories/preferences-system-directory.png
sudo ln -sf /usr/share/icons/oxymentary/64x64/categories/preferences-system.png /usr/share/icons/oxymentary/64x64/categories/preferences-system-directory.png
sudo ln -sf /usr/share/icons/oxymentary/128x128/categories/preferences-system.png /usr/share/icons/oxymentary/128x128/categories/preferences-system-directory.png
sudo ln -sf /usr/share/icons/oxymentary/256x256/categories/preferences-system.png /usr/share/icons/oxymentary/256x256/categories/preferences-system-directory.png


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 Re: Re: Missing categories icons

 
 by Zeroangel on: Jul 18 2012
 
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This is for GNOME3? Original icon set was created for GNOME 2. Anyways thanks for the post, i'll build those icons when I release a GNOME 3 update. If anyone has any suggestions feel free to share them.


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 Re: Missing categories icons

 
 by sadi on: Jul 18 2012
 
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Yes, this Gnome 3 (Ubuntu 12.04) and I haven't come across with any other issues so far.


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 Missing icons in Nautilus

 
 by Zeroangel on: Oct 9 2012
 
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For those who are experiencing the missing 'close tab' icon in nautilus. Please modify the index.theme file. Insert gnome as one of the inherits, just before hicolor. Also, if a theme.cache file exists, you may safely delete it, and it may even fix some of the mini-icons.


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 Great Icon Theme, my favorite one!

 
 by salvo1118 on: Jun 17 2013
 
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It used to be included in Linux Mint's Software Manager, but was removed for some reason. So I tracked it down on the internet here and downloaded it to use again with Mint 15.

Like some may have reported, not all the icons are visible for Gnome 3 / Cinnamon (which uses Gnome 3 as a base). For me, the "Home" folder wasn't skinned in the Oxymentary icon theme so I had to rename all the folder-home.png icons to folder_home.png and copy the 256x256 places icons to the /scalable/places directory to get the Home folder to show up skinned.

Not really surprising given that this set was made for Gnome 2, but the icon set looks so amazing that it was worth the hassle of having to mod it to work with 3 for me. Great work!


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