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Humanities (formerly Humanity-Colors)

   0.3  

GNOME Icon Theme

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Humanities (formerly Humanity-Colors)
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Downloads:  36711
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.




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 Commands you used

 
 by xnidos on: Feb 26 2010
 
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Can you explain or give a link the commands you used to colorize the icons because i can't understand how that simple command colorize exactly the required icons without not touching other parts of the icon set.?


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 Re: Commands you used

 
 by jennie on: Feb 27 2010
 
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The thing to remember is that Humanity is an svg icon theme. Unlike PNGs, SVGs are coded in xml and can be opened in gedit. So, if you want to change the black in an icon with white, you open the icon in gedit and replace 000000 with ffffff (hex rgb values). For multiple files, you may use the sed command from the terminal.
The difference between Humanity-Colors and Humanity is that Humanity uses 30 or so different shades of orange and brown, while Humanity-Colors only uses 4. So, if you do find&replace for these 4 color codes, you get a new theme.


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 Re: Re: Commands you used

 
 by xnidos on: Feb 28 2010
 
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Thank u very much


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 weather icons

 
 by lootic on: Mar 27 2010
 
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could you add these:

http://gnome-look.org/content/show.php/Ubuntu+mono+Weather+Icons?content=121106

so that the weather icons follows th theme. :)


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 Re: weather icons

 
 by jennie on: Mar 31 2010
 
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Hi, I will be doing a new release for Lucid (end March), so I will incorporate any necessary changes then.


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 Problem

 
 by Pocio on: Mar 27 2010
 
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HI! I love your work...but I've a problem, if I run cp -r -t ~/.icons/Humanity-NAME /usr/share/icons/Humanity-Dark/* I change all my icons back to the original Humanity...not only the panel icons!
Why?
Thanks!


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 Re: Problem

 
 by jennie on: Mar 31 2010
 
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Hi, I cannot think of something right now. However, I will be doing a new release for Lucid (end March), and I am planning to add a separate 'dark' download.


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 Checkmarks

 
 by natsume on: Apr 30 2010
 
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Hi, thanks for this great release! One thing: you forgot to replace the checkmarks (used in Synaptic):
http://i40.tinypic.com/slmmuf.png

Should look like this:
http://i42.tinypic.com/15f6iq1.png


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 Re: Checkmarks

 
 by jennie on: Apr 30 2010
 
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If you are using Humanities or Humanities-Dark on Ubuntu 9.10 or earlier, then you should install the latest versions of Humanity (http://launchpadlibrarian.net/44046745/humanity-icon-theme_0.5.2_all.deb) and ubuntu-mono (http://launchpadlibrarian.net/45037025/ubuntu-mono_0.0.18_all.deb). All non-colored icons are inherited from these two themes.


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 Re: Checkmarks

 
 by jennie on: Apr 30 2010
 
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If you are using Humanities or Humanities-Dark on Ubuntu 9.10 or earlier, then you should install the latest versions of Humanity (http://launchpadlibrarian.net/44046745/humanity-icon-theme_0.5.2_all.deb) and ubuntu-mono (http://launchpadlibrarian.net/45037025/ubuntu-mono_0.0.18_all.deb). All non-colored icons are inherited from these two themes.


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 Re: Re: Checkmarks

 
 by natsume on: Apr 30 2010
 
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Mmh, must be something else. I'm using exactly these versions in Lucid.


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 Re: Re: Re: Checkmarks

 
 by jennie on: Apr 30 2010
 
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It might help to run in the terminal:
sudo ln -s ~/.icons /root/.icons

and also:
sudo ln -s ~/.themes /root/.themes

This way, when you run applications like synaptic, which need root access, the root account can also access the themes and icons you have installed in your user account.


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Checkmarks

 
 by natsume on: Apr 30 2010
 
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Yep, works. Thank you! :)


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 consistency

 
 by marc1uk on: May 1 2010
 
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The sets here don't quite match the standard lucid icon panel set. It uses the ubuntu logo, with hollow icons (as in the humanities-g- set). Just sayin'.
Good work though, really wasn't keen on the darker orange, i don't think appearance-changes ought to be forced like that, so it's nice to be able to switch back. Thanks!


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 Broken

 
 by SicoBulo on: Jul 4 2010
 
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Your links are broken!, check that!!


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 Re: Broken

 
 by jennie on: Jul 5 2010
 
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Fixed them, thanks!


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