-
 KDE-Apps.org Applications for the KDE-Desktop 
 GTK-Apps.org Applications using the GTK Toolkit 
 GnomeFiles.org Applications for GNOME 
 MeeGo-Central.org Applications for MeeGo 
 CLI-Apps.org Command Line Applications 
 Qt-Apps.org Free Qt Applications 
 Qt-Prop.org Proprietary Qt Applications 
 Maemo-Apps.org Applications for the Maemo Plattform 
 Java-Apps.org Free Java Applications 
 eyeOS-Apps.org Free eyeOS Applications 
 Wine-Apps.org Wine Applications 
 Server-Apps.org Server Applications 
 apps.ownCloud.com ownCloud Applications 
--
-
 KDE-Look.org Artwork for the KDE-Desktop 
 GNOME-Look.org Artwork for the GNOME-Desktop 
 Xfce-Look.org Artwork for the Xfce-Desktop 
 Box-Look.org Artwork for your Windowmanager 
 E17-Stuff.org Artwork for Enlightenment 
 Beryl-Themes.org Artwork for the Beryl Windowmanager 
 Compiz-Themes.org Artwork for the Compiz Windowmanager 
 EDE-Look.org Themes for your EDE Desktop 
--
-
 Debian-Art.org Stuff for Debian 
 Gentoo-Art.org Artwork for Gentoo Linux 
 SUSE-Art.org Artwork for openSUSE 
 Ubuntu-Art.org Artwork for Ubuntu 
 Kubuntu-Art.org Artwork for Kubuntu 
 LinuxMint-Art.org Artwork for Linux Mint 
 Arch-Stuff.org Art And Stuff for Arch Linux 
 Frugalware-Art.org Themes for Frugalware 
 Fedora-Art.org Artwork for Fedora Linux 
 Mandriva-Art.org Artwork for Mandriva Linux 
--
-
 KDE-Files.org Files for KDE Applications 
 OpenTemplate.org Documents for OpenOffice.org
 GIMPStuff.org Files for GIMP
 InkscapeStuff.org Files for Inkscape
 ScribusStuff.org Files for Scribus
 BlenderStuff.org Textures and Objects for Blender
 VLC-Addons.org Themes and Extensions for VLC
--
-
 KDE-Help.org Support for your KDE Desktop 
 GNOME-Help.org Support for your GNOME Desktop 
 Xfce-Help.org Support for your Xfce Desktop 
--
openDesktop.orgopenDesktop.org:   Applications   Artwork   Linux Distributions   Documents    LinuxDaily.com    Linux42.org    OpenSkillz.com   
 
Artwork
News
Groups
Knowledge
Events
Forum
People
Jobs
Register
Login


Sponsoring


-
- Content .- Fans (24) . 

Humanities (formerly Humanity-Colors)

   0.3  

GNOME Icon Theme

Score 78%
Humanities (formerly Humanity-Colors)
zoom


Downloads:  36997
Submitted:  Dec 17 2009
Updated:  Dec 19 2011

Description:

A modified version of the Ubuntu Humanity Icon theme that allows you to easily change the icon colors. Essentially, Humanities was inspired by the Gnome-Colors project. Humanity is designed and developed by Daniel Foré, Jonian Guveli, and K.Vishnoo Charan Reddy.
DOWNLOAD:
Humanities-Dark and Humanities are the new versions for Ubuntu 11.10 (Oneiric) users. (If you are not using Ubuntu, you will also need to install the Humanity and Humanity-Dark icons.)

INSTALL:
I recommend installing and modifying Humanities through MagIcons http://gnome-look.org/content/show.php/MagIcons?content=120508 . From the MagIcons window, Select File->Install new icon set and browse for the Humanities.tar.bz2 package. You can now use this graphical application to preview, customize, and install themes.
Alternatively, decompress the file to your Home folder and follow the instructions in the file INSTRUCTIONS.html (inside the Humanities folder). After the installation, you will need gnome-tweak-tool or ubuntu-tweak to change your icon theme.
NOTE: I am trying to keep this theme as close as possible to the original Humanity theme. So, I have not added any icons of my own, and I have only recolored icons that were orange, brown, or purple. This was deliberate, and I will not be changing the policy. However, I will try my best to fix any mistakes I am alerted to.




Changelog:

19-12-11
Ubgraded to Ubuntu 11.10 look.

30-04-10
Upgraded to Ubuntu 10.04 look.
Magicons support.
Dark panels version.

12-01-10
Added preview for text documents.

10-01-10
Added brasero panel icons from Elementary-monochrome. Updated instructions file.

27-12-09
Updated instructions file.

19-12-09
Updated instructions file. Changed a couple of icons.
New download link.

18-12-09
Updated instructions file. Added new colour schemes.




LicenseGPL
(Humanities-Dark)
(Humanities)
(old Humanities (10.04))
(old Humanities-Dark (10.04))
Send to a friend
Subscribe
Other  Artwork  from jennie
Report inappropriate content



goto page:  1  2  3  4  5 

-

 Eclip-X

 
 by TheWiseDj on: Dec 17 2009
 
Score 50%

It's a nice idea, but that kind of things is already include in another project, named Eclip-X, with graphical interface and stuffs, so this is quite useless.


Reply to this

-

 Re: Eclip-X

 
 by erosenninrho on: Dec 18 2009
 
Score 50%
erosenninrhoerosenninrho
http://rhoco nlinux.githu b.io/
Home
-
Rho (El Rodri) ^_^ 75

http://rhoconlinux.github.io/
Argentina, Buenos Aires
Last visit Nov 15 2013
2 Friends
1 Groups

More info
Send a message
Add as friend
Other contents
--

dude, where is it?! I ve google it but nothing...


Reply to this

-

 Eclip-X

 
 by TheWiseDj on: Dec 18 2009
 
Score 50%

I've forget to add "coming-soon" to "project".
However it's almost done, in few day's I'll release it, I'm adding new folders and other stuffs.

This is a demo of the beta version, there are a lot of iconsets, including Humanity and gnome =P

http://dl.dropbox.com/u/1113702/Eclip-X/Eclip-X.ogv


Reply to this

-
.

 Re: Eclip-X

 
 by tehweezil on: Dec 20 2009
 
Score 50%

Wait, so you're saying that you're going to call this upload useless because you have a coming soon project? Umm, doesn't that mean yours is useless? Being that this one has already been released

It looks great jennie thanks for the upload :)


Reply to this

-

 Re: Re: Eclip-X

 
 by TheWiseDj on: Dec 21 2009
 
Score 50%

Nope useless coz this one doesn't have any GUI and it's just a multicolorized theme while Eclip-X is a theme editor / colorizer so you don't need a specific theme, you have a gui and you can set the emblems of the colorized folders.
Is that the same for this project?
However eclip-x is already pre released with a different name ;)


Reply to this

-

 Re: Re: Re: Eclip-X

 
 by jennie on: Dec 21 2009
 
Score 50%

I really think this discussion is getting out of hand. Eclip-X sounds like an interesting and ambitious project. Humanity-Colors is not a theme editor, it is just a set of icon themes. Some people might prefer it that way.
For the record, I did try to find a colorizable version of the Humanity icons before deciding to make my own. It would have saved me some work after all!


Reply to this

-

 Eclip-X

 
 by TheWiseDj on: Dec 21 2009
 
Score 50%

In fact I said yours is a nice idea, it's not a copy or something like that, I just notified there was a new stuff doing almost the same thing, plus other features.

Mainly the project was named Hydroxygen Light Plus, it's somewhere in gnome-look and in ubuntu-it forum.

Alex



-
.

 your humanity-colors

 
 by Karmicbastler on: Dec 17 2009
 
Score 50%

hi jennie,
thank you for making it possible to ccolorize the Humanity-icons. That's just keen of you. i just downloaded this and followed your instructions and found, that it is a little bit easier than in the instrucitons.
In Lucid it's just necessary to extrat this .tar.bz2-archive into your homefolder, then go into this folder, open a terminal and than open the instrucitons for searching the replac-
ments for the original ccolor. Then copy and paste these replaccements into the terminal and press "Enter".

Then in installs automatically into .icons.

That's so easy. I love this and wanted to ask for a yellow replacement. What do I need to enter into the terminal for a yellow ccolor??

Greetings
Karmicbastler


Reply to this

-

 Re: your humanity-colors

 
 by jennie on: Dec 17 2009
 
Score 50%

Danke sehr :)

Fuer gelb kannst du dass probieren:
cd ~/Humanity-Colors; find . -type f | xargs sed -i -e "s/edd563/fdef72/g" -e "s/e08223/e2cb0b/g" -e "s/cd8033/d7c20f/g" -e "s/bb5e12/b6970d/g" -e "s/Humanity-Colors/Humanity-Star/g"; cd ~; mv Humanity-Colors ~/.icons/Humanity-Star;

Vielleicht werde ich die Instruktionen vereinfachen. Die Phasen 2 und 3 sind nicht noetig wenn man kein ganz eigenes Iconset will.
Um mehrere Farbkombinazionen zu finden, kannst du ein Program wie "Agave" benutzen. Es zeigt die HexCodes fuer jede Farbe. Und dann kannst du diese HexCodes benutzen um deine eigene Terminal-Command zu schaffen.

P.S. Sorry for the awful German!


Reply to this

-

 Cool!

 
 by erosenninrho on: Dec 18 2009
 
Score 50%
erosenninrhoerosenninrho
http://rhoco nlinux.githu b.io/
Home
-
Rho (El Rodri) ^_^ 75

http://rhoconlinux.github.io/
Argentina, Buenos Aires
Last visit Nov 15 2013
2 Friends
1 Groups

More info
Send a message
Add as friend
Other contents
--

Good work man! awsome. Works fantastic. Congrats.

My suggestion:
The issue that I fount was that the script "moves" the extracted folder from ~/ to ~/.icons. So When I wanted to add another color scheme I ǘe been obligated to extract from tar.gz again.

I was wandering if it could be possible to add a first command that decompress from the tar.gz, so you do not have to do it every time that you want to install a new color scheme.

Again, grat work.

Keep in that way,

Rho


Reply to this

-

 Re: Cool!

 
 by jennie on: Dec 19 2009
 
Score 50%

Thanx!
You are right about the extracting part, I 'll probably update the instructions.


Reply to this

-

 Pirate_inc

 
 by pirateinc on: Dec 19 2009
 
Score 50%

These details are what make the world rewarding environments around GNU / Linux, a pat on your back, really great job ... seria genial increase mimetypes icons (the project would be good complement elementary v2.2) ...

thanks for your work and Happy Holidays!


Reply to this

-

 Great! Just great!

 
 by Apopatos on: Dec 20 2009
 
Score 50%

Excellent job Jennie, now my desktop is a true chameleon...


Reply to this

-
.

 Code correction

 
 by amazin on: Dec 22 2009
 
Score 50%

If the archive was not saved in home-folder and you run the command to change colors the "cd" command will not work and sed tries to replace the colorcode-strings in _every_ file in home-folder.

Could you please replace the semicolons with && to check for exit status of the last command? And I think it's better to give find the path directly and don't use cd.

For example:

tar -jxf Humanity-Colors.tar.bz2 -C ~ && find ~/Humanity-Colors -type f | xargs sed -i -e "s/edd563/888a85/g" -e "s/e08223/747672/g" -e "s/cd8033/555753/g" -e "s/bb5e12/2e3436/g" -e "s/Humanity-Colors/Humanity-Carbonite/g" && mv ~/Humanity-Colors ~/.icons/Humanity-Carbonite;


Reply to this

-

 Re: Code correction

 
 by jennie on: Dec 23 2009
 
Score 50%

I think I understand why you are right. I'll try to change this soon.b


Reply to this

goto page:  1  2  3  4  5 

Add commentBack






-
 
 
 Who we are
Contact
More about us
Frequently Asked Questions
Register
Twitter
Blog
Explore
Artwork
Jobs
Knowledge
Events
People
Updates on identi.ca
Updates on Twitter
Facebook App
Content RSS   
Events RSS   

Participate
Groups
Forum
Add Artwork
Public API
About GNOME-Look.org
Legal Notice
Spreadshirt Shop
CafePress Shop
Advertising
Sponsor us
Report Abuse
 

Copyright 2003-2014 GNOME-Look.org Team  
All rights reserved. GNOME-Look.org is not liable for any content or goods on this site.
All contributors are responsible for the lawfulness of their uploads.
GNOME and the foot logo are trademarks of the GNOME Foundation.