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ICE icons

   3.1  

GNOME Icon Theme

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Downloads:  11322
Submitted:  Jul 8 2008
Updated:  Apr 19 2009

Description:

A cool, simple and minimalist icon theme. This icon theme is based on the free and open source Lazer icons (http://gnome-look.org/content/show.php/Lazer?content=103143). The aim is to eventually match and replace all of the icons in the Gnome icon theme. Any help would be much appreciated.

This is my first attempt at an icon theme and has been steadily growing into a full blown set of icons. All of the icons are created using the fantastic Inkscape. Any feedback or comments are welcome. Enjoy!

DAZ

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ICE has had a BIG update with loads of new icons - see the changelog below and second screenshot on the left.

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Have you seen the ICE metacity theme?
http://gnome-look.org/content/show.php/ICE?content=87898
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This theme works best when the Clearlooks OSX theme is also installed.

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To install, download the file to desktop. Right click on desktop and select 'Change desktop background' then click on the 'Theme' tab and drag the downloaded file into this window.

Note - To use other icon themes too, press 'Ctrl' and 'h' to show hidden folders and open the .icons folder. In here there should be a folder called 'ice'. Inside this folder there should be a file called index.theme (it might not work by just double clicking on it - try opening text editor first and opening the file from within the text editor program). In this file there is a line near the top that reads like this:
Inherits=ClearlooksOSX

Just add whichever themes you want it to use after ICE in there.




Changelog:

v3.1 (19/04/09) - Added some new app icons for language preferences, nautilus CD burner, network tools, reboot notifier, gparted and bluetooth. Added 2 new device icons - SD card and webcam. Lots of other icons were updated and touched up.

v3.0 (14/04/09) - A big update! Only using scalable artwork to make the theme more manageable. Loads of new icons and lots of redesigned icons. New icons include: media icons (play,pause,rewind etc), mail icons (new message, reply, forward etc), devices (mouse, joypad, ipod etc), text formatting (center, select-all, bold etc), new wifi and battery status icons. There is also a new Ubuntu logo that is more 'icy'.

v2.1 (28/08.08) - initial release with folders. New icons for gtk-edit, volume control icons, desktop icon, new search icon. New bookmark icon for the Places menu....and a new icy Ubuntu logo (sorry to any non-ubuntu users). This is a test release with lots more work needed to be done on the folder icons.

v2.0 (10/8/08) - edit-clear, gtk-edit icons added to actions, scalable icons tweaked to scale better, zoom-best icon now working, new dialog icons (error, information, question, warning, password), new session icons (logout, lockscreen, hibernate, switch-user, suspend, restart, shutdown)

v1.4 (7/8/08) - Made the zoom in and out icons clearer at small sizes. Added object rotate and flip icons

v1.3 (16/7/08) - Added an icon for find-and-replace and updated the new-document icon

v1.2 (16/7/08) - New icons added for cut, copy, paste and list-remove

v1.1 (13/7/08 - A new name! ICE replaces Dazzl (thanks DanRabbit!). New icons for zoom-in, zoom-out, zoom-original and computer

v1.0 (8/7/08) - initial release












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MIT

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 "Apply" icon is inhereited :(

 
 by TonyJ on: Apr 19 2009
 
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Ugly arse green check mark is inherited, either you missed naming an icon or you forgot it. Either way, not good.

Overall great, great theme. You should see my MurrineChrome+Personal Openbox Ice theme+your icons. nICE!


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 Re: "Apply" icon is inhereited :(

 
 by daz4126 on: Apr 19 2009
 
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I know, I know ....

I can't seem to find how the naming works for this. It doesn't seem to work with scalable icons at the moment - I'm trying to get this sorted as it really annoys me too!

Thanks for the praise though ... on my way to check out your themes now.

DAZ


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 My themes?

 
 by TonyJ on: Apr 19 2009
 
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I don't submit much, usually only openbox. Anyways here is what I do when fixing other's icon issues: open up Tango and find all the similar arrows or whatnot and make sure the broken them has them all with the same names. Works for scalable or png. Another thing I noticed is the "Open Side Panel" icon is "lit" always if panel view is enabled. This is very ugly in a dark theme like Murrina Dark Waters (which the icon set fits well too, other than for that effect). I use pcmanfm for my file manager, it causes one ugly effect of a blue blur box on that icon.

NO rush man, take your time, just pointing out things I find to help you improve theme in future updates.


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 Re: My themes?

 
 by daz4126 on: Apr 19 2009
 
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Thanks for the help. I use the Gnome icon theme to get the names right, but the 'okay' button doesn't have a scalable version, only normal png icons. This seems a bit like a bug to me. The naming conventions always change as well, so I'm going to wait until the new version of Ubuntu comes out next week then try and get it to work.

I don't quite understand your second problem - what is the actual name of the icon and what do you mean by 'lit'? Send me a personal message or email if it's easier and I'll try and sort it out.

cheers again,

DAZ


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 Re: Re: My themes?

 
 by TonyJ on: Apr 20 2009
 
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The icon issue:
[url=http://omploader.org/vMWpwag][img]http://omploader.org/tMWpwag[/img][/url]

With side pane turned off:

[url=http://omploader.org/vMWpwaw][img]http://omploader.org/tMWpwaw[/img][/url]

I don't know how this will display in other file managers like Nautilus when using a dark theme like MurrinaDarkWaters, but I suspect any GTK that has that icon will have similar issues. Basically this icon should appear the same when active as it does when inactive, and only the pressed state should change.


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 Re: Re: Re: My themes?

 
 by TonyJ on: Apr 20 2009
 
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Disregard this entire string I created, I have just discovered this issue is only present with that one GTK theme. Sorry to have strung this out. :(


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: My themes?

 
 by daz4126 on: Apr 20 2009
 
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I thought it might be a gtk theme issue as I couldn't recreate it. No worries though.

... I'd still like to get the 'okay' button working though.

DAZ


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 Wish it were complete

 
 by molecule-eye on: May 15 2009
 
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This is a very nice icon set, especially with the T3K GTK theme. I just wish it were more complete. Any plans on making it more complete (especially with respect to Ubuntu's default apps!) in the near future?


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 Finish?

 
 by uncholowapo on: Aug 6 2009
 
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Can you please finish this theme? I would a release from this.


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