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GNOME Icon Theme

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Wiki:  Link
Minimum required   GTK 2.x
Downloads:  8684
Submitted:  Feb 20 2010
Updated:  May 20 2010


MagIcons is an application to manipulate whole iconsets. With MagIcons you are able to create color schemes for icons within seconds.

This is the first release. So please let me know if you are lucky or if you got into trouble while using MagIcons.

If you want to create an iconset, please read the wiki: http://www.magicons.bplaced.net/wordpress/

Here are some Icon Themes that you can manipulate by MagIcons:
Humanity-Colors (http://gnome-look.org/content/show.php/Humanity-Colors?content=117230)
Tok-tok (http://gnome-look.org/content/show.php/Tok-tok+%28MagIcons%29?content=120841)
Lila-Ubuntu (http://gnome-look.org/content/show.php/Lila-Ubuntu?content=118114)
Multicolor-Gnome (http://gnome-look.org/content/show.php/Multicolor-Gnome?content=124842)

Enjoy this release!


** 0.1-0 (2010-02-20)
Release of the first public beta
** 0.1-1 (2010-02-24)
Solved: Minor bug with preview size
** 0.1-2 (2010-02-27)
Solved: Bug with handling symbolic links while installing new Iconsets
** 0.2-0 (2010-05-04)
Complete rewrite with many changes
** 0.2-1 (2010-05-13)
Added russian translation
** 0.3-0 (2010-05-20)
Solved: bug at updating and deleting iconsets
Solved: bug depending on cleaning the cache folder
Improved: svg color-substitution
Aquarell iconset: added more icons

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 No way to desinstall ?

 by stepnjump on: Dec 10 2011
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I just installed these iconsets and now there seems to be no way to desinstall them... Why?

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 Re: No way to desinstall ?

 by alexibaba on: Dec 10 2011
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You can use your packet-manager (synaptic) to deinstall MagIcons :-)

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 Re: Re: No way to desinstall ?

 by stepnjump on: Jan 10 2012
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ah thank you!

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 by hhh on: Mar 7 2012
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I'm confused... when coloring the Humanities icon set, you use to have settings for something like "extras" (for example, it would color the plus sign for the folder-new icon).

Were those settings removed?

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 Re: Humanities

 by alexibaba on: Mar 8 2012
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Hi hhh,
you're right. At my installed version (old) of "humanities" are these settings available.

But MagIcons is only the tool to configure those icons. The changeable colors are defined at the icons, in this case at humanities. You should ask Jennie from Humanities. Maybe this settings have been removed at the last update.

Good luck!

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 Re: Re: Humanities

 by hhh on: Mar 9 2012
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Aha, that explains the "old" versions there. I renamed the versions I had in ~/.magicons, installed the others and now I have both versions.

Thanks so much for responding! Cheers. :^)

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 Arch missing dependency?

 by DDZ on: Nov 20 2013
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Thank you for this tool! :)

I would like to install it in Manjaro (based on Arch) from MagIcons_Source_0-3-0.tar.gz but a dependency is missing without tell me which.
python-gtk2, python-imaging, python-gconf, gettext are installed, of course.

Any idea?
Thank you in advance for your answer and have a nice day. :)

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 Dead link?

 by Huku9H1F on: Dec 2 2013
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Is the source link dead, or is it just me?

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 Getting it to work

 by kennyr on: Oct 17 2014
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The source link is indeed dead and dependency issues arise.

I'm on Fedora 20 and got this to work. I downloaded the .deb file and extracted the usr/ folder from it. With that, I repackaged it into an rpm with fpm (https://github.com/jordansissel/fpm).

However, when starting the MagIcons executable I got the "One or more dependencies are missing!" error.

It turns out that the Image library used in this Python program, PIL, has been forked under a new name: Pillow. The import statement required to use is slightly different.

This article helped me fix the source files: http://reinout.vanrees.org/weblog/2013/09/24/pil-pillow-image-import.html

I motified /usr/share/magicons/MagIcons so that "import Image" is now "from PIL import Image", I also had to modify MI_Functions.py, MI_Painter.py and MI_Iconcut.py, found in /usr/share/magicons/src/. The Image import statement there is now "from PIL import Image, ImageOps, ImageChops, ImageEnhance".

With these modifications I got MagIcons to work on my system. Hope this helps someone.

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