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Any Color You Like

   0.9.4  

GNOME Icon Theme

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Any Color You Like
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Any Color You Like
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Downloads:  40989
Submitted:  Apr 8 2009
Updated:  Aug 27 2011

Description:

After installing the theme like any other, run the script with this command:
cd ~/.icons/ACYL_Icon_Theme_0.9.4/ && bash AnyColorYouLike

A monochrome icon theme that comes with a script to modify the icons.


I develop this icon theme on my free time because I find it interesting. But if you appreciate it and want to give something back, consider donating via paypal using the donate button.




Changelog:

* 0.9.4 2011-08-27
- 3 new filters: Orb, Grungy and Splatter.
- A few more icons.
- Bodhi logo added.
- New trash icon.
- Minor bugfix.
- Icons should now work with the qt svg renderer.

* 0.9.3 2011-01-15
- 150+ new icons, most from the clarity theme.
- Folders from web0.
- 3 new filters: Quadratic, Bevel and Outline.
- Text based interface dropped.
- Some GUI changes.
- Automatic offset option.
- Some changes to the svg structure.
- Checkboxes for apply settings.
- One or two bugs fixed.
- Included instructions for translation.




LicenseGPL
(ACYL Icon Theme (link to devArt))
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 by Dernhelm on: Mar 29 2010
 
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Great stuff, as always! But just now the option to put an icon in the menu to run the script seems to be broken...won't take my password.


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 by simmesimme on: Mar 29 2010
 
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Works fine for me...

Thanks for this great release :)


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 by switzak on: Mar 29 2010
 
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Humm, strange. It works fine for me to. I actually had to make some workarounds to get it to use the password in this version.... Does it throw any kind of error?


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 =]

 
 by Izo on: Mar 29 2010
 
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I love this icon FAR TOO MUCH. I have a feature request! Is it possible to set the icon colour of the systray icons different to the rest of the icons? This would be handy for predominantly light themes that use dark panels, as an example.

/izo\


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 Re: =]

 
 by switzak on: Mar 29 2010
 
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Thanks for your comment. Generally I find that tray icons are a big hassle to theme but I will think about your suggestion. =)


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 Border line.

 
 by rafeviper on: Mar 30 2010
 
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Dude,

I think it would be cooler if the script could add a border line, and we can specify the width and the color. That would make the icons look cooler.

Peace dude!! XD XD


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 Re: Border line.

 
 by simmesimme on: Mar 30 2010
 
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I played with filters:

<filter
id="filter1111">
<feColorMatrix
id="feColorMatrix3801"
values="0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 "
type="matrix"
result="result3" />
<feFlood
id="feFlood2990"
result="result1"
flood-opacity="0.5"
flood-color="rgb(0,0,0)" />
<feComposite
id="feComposite2998"
in2="SourceGraphic"
operator="in"
in="result1" />
<feMorphology
id="feMorphology3000"
radius="1.5"
operator="dilate"
result="result2" />
<feMerge
id="feMerge3002">
<feMergeNode
inkscape:collect="always"
id="feMergeNode3004"
in="result2" />
<feMergeNode
inkscape:collect="always"
id="feMergeNode3006"
in="SourceGraphic" />
</feMerge>
</filter>

This one gives reasonable results with most of the icons... "flood-color" changes the color of the outline, flood-opacity the amount of alpha and "radius" the... well, radius :)

Maybe Switzak, you can have a look at this!


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 Re: Re: Border line.

 
 by rafeviper on: Mar 30 2010
 
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Awesome dude! Thank you very much!

But, here comes the big question: where do I past this code? XD In which file and which part? After what? XD Or do I have to create a new file?

Peace!


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 Re: Re: Re: Border line.

 
 by switzak on: Mar 30 2010
 
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You where a little to fast for me there. xD

Se my other post, if you have any more questions, don't hesitate to ask. =)


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 Re: Re: Border line.

 
 by switzak on: Mar 30 2010
 
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This filter should do it, I find that with a radius below two, gnome does not render the effect on some icon-sizes. With a radius greater then two it will get outside of the iconborder and that would look strange.. =) I might throw this into the next release with a fixed radius of two. =D

@(anyone who might wanna test this filter and don't want to wait)
Just paste it over another filter in the file:
~/.icons/ACYL_icon_theme_ver/scalable/scripts/script_filters
and activate the filter you just wrote over.

Trying this is at your own risk.


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 Re: Re: Re: Border line.

 
 by rafeviper on: Mar 30 2010
 
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I think I need a better explanation: I open the file script_filter with gEdit... then what? XD


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Border line.

 
 by simmesimme on: Mar 30 2010
 
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In this file the five filters are defined. In order to use the on posted above simply find a filter in the file which you don't like and replace it with the code from my previous post.
Each filter begins like:

#Funktions for returning the wood filter.
# $1 is the return parameter.
function filter_wood {
temp='<filter...

and ends with:

...</filter>'
eval "$1='$temp'"
}

So you just have to replace the stuff from "<filter" to "</filter>" with the new filter-code.
When this is done and the file is saved you can simply apply the new filter by selecting the over-written filter in the script. (Would be "Wood" in my case)

In order to get simple black lines you should change some values in the filter-code posted above:

flood-opacity="1.0" (instead of 0.5)
radius="2.0" (as switzak pointed out)

Hope this helps! (If not, say so! :)


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Border line.

 
 by rafeviper on: Mar 30 2010
 
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Crystal clear! Thanx! XD


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Border line.

 
 by rafeviper on: Mar 30 2010
 
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Looks amazing! XD Thanx!

Peace!


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Border line.

 
 by switzak on: Mar 30 2010
 
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Okey, so in the filter file you will find a several functions. Each function is used to activate the filter that is in that function.

Inside a function you will find something that looks like this

temp='<filter
....
....
....
</filter>'

What you will do now is to replace an existing filter with the one simmesimme posted, however it will still have its old name.

To do that, replace everything between the apostrophes (') in the chosen function with the code that simmesimme posted.

Save the file and you should be done. To activate the filter, just do as you usually would do in the script and select the filter that you repalced.


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Border line.

 
 by switzak on: Mar 30 2010
 
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Oh, simmesimme responded to. Well now you have two explanations. xD


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Border line.

 
 by rafeviper on: Mar 30 2010
 
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Yeah dude! Thanx to you too! XD

Peace!


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Border line.

 
 by rafeviper on: Mar 30 2010
 
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Looks amazing dude!

Peace!


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 The topmost icon set

 
 by JadedPhoenix on: Mar 30 2010
 
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This is the best icons work I've ever seen! Now I can make my Ubuntu look just the way I want! Thank you so much!


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 Re: The topmost icon set

 
 by switzak on: Mar 30 2010
 
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I'm glad you like it. =D


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 awesome icons

 
 by rundfunk90 on: Apr 12 2010
 
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thanks for making this, it's so awesome! I have a minimalistic desktop with openbox, which changes a lot. Now I only have to change the color and maybe the shape. Thanks again!


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 Re: awesome icons

 
 by switzak on: Apr 12 2010
 
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Thanks! =D


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 awesome work

 
 by thumbnail on: May 12 2010
 
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Thanks so much for putting this theme together and to all the authors whose great work has come together here. I'd just like to ask if you had any guidelines or recommendations for creating additional icons as I want to make a set of tray icons for liferea in the style of this theme.

Once again thanks for all the amazing work :)


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 Re: awesome work

 
 by switzak on: May 14 2010
 
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Hey! I'm glad you like it. =)

Right now I'm to tired to put together a a detailed guide on how to make the icons correctly, however there is one on page 4 of the comments. It is somewhat outdated but should still be pretty relevant. The most important change is that in number five the tags have been exchanged to:

<acyl-settings>
</acyl-settings>

I recommend looking at the code in the already existing icons and get rid of as much meta-data as possible.

I don't know if I'm making any sense here but good luck to you.


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