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MagIcons

   0.3-0  

GNOME Icon Theme

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MagIcons
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Wiki:  Link
Depends on  GTK 2.x
Downloads:  8159
Submitted:  Feb 20 2010
Updated:  May 20 2010

Description:

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!




Changelog:

** 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

... and dont forget to vote :-)




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 About MagIcons

 
 by alexibaba on: Feb 21 2010
 
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I love a nice looking OS, but Im not an graphical artist. So I give you this Application in the hope it is alo useful for you!
The Iconsets that are included in this application are not complete sets (they only consists of a view icons).

It is very easy to create an iconset that fits in MagIcons. If you want to create one or if you want to build one from an existing iconset, please contact me to get help. For the future I will create a small wiki for you as icondesigner.

Please help that some installable iconsets are soon available.


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 source?

 
 by Goamaus on: Mar 2 2010
 
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Hi,
seems like an interesting app to have, but where is the source tarball? Ubuntu is of course an important distro, but it's not the only one in the universe, many people choose other alternatives... so as a Gentoo user I'd be happy to download the source tarball. I might provide an ebuild then.
Thx,
Mona


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 Re: source?

 
 by alexibaba on: Mar 4 2010
 
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Hi,
currently this is the very first public beta of MagIcons. I startet releasing this application for Ubuntu because I use Ubuntu by myself.
Actually Im in heavy coding to produce the next stable release (this will be almost a complete rewrite). For the next version I planned to add some packages for other distros.
Please be patience.


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 Re: Re: source?

 
 by Goamaus on: Mar 9 2010
 
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Thanks for the information... so I'll wait for it :-)


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 MagIcons

 
 by oscar799 on: May 3 2010
 
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Excellent!!


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 Re: MagIcons

 
 by alexibaba on: May 3 2010
 
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Thank you!


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 Great job!

 
 by bogyo on: May 4 2010
 
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Really nice work. Easy to install, really easy to use, working well, and - last but not least - very-very nice icons! :)

Good job, so do not stop! :D


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 Re: Great job!

 
 by alexibaba on: May 5 2010
 
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Oh, WOW
Thank you!


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 MagIcons modified Humanity?

 
 by alvonsius on: May 7 2010
 
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Greetings,

I realized something strange happen. It happen when I use your app to change the color (I'm using Humanity-Colors package), changed it into orange scheme. At first I know that MagIcons create a new iconset called MagIcon on the ~/.icon folder. But then all my Humanity Icon (the default one from Ubuntu) changed into orange scheme (all by means of Humanity, Humanity-Dark, Ubuntu-mono, Ubuntu-mono-dark). I tried to remove all the icons from ~/.icons and reinstall the Humanity and Ubuntu-mono icons but no use, they all coming back to orange scheme. Is this because of the application? Is there any configuration file that could I delete to revert the changes?

I attach the samples on:
http://img291.imageshack.us/img291/4278/screenshotcustomizethem.png


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 Re: MagIcons modified Humanity?

 
 by alexibaba on: May 7 2010
 
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Hi Alvonsius,
There has nothing strange happened and this is not a bug!
MagIcons modifies only the iconset called "MagIcons" (as you confirmed).

I will try to explain:
On a fresh Ubuntu installation (10.04) or on a live-session, the five iconsets (Humanity, Humanity-Dark, LoginIcons, Ubuntu-Mono-Dark and Ubuntu-Mono-Light) will all look the same (at least at the selector preview, your screenshot).
The Humanity-Colors package with the scheme "Orange" also looks identically to the original Ubuntu 10.04 Icons.
In this case the orange folder icons in the selector menu are not the result of a strange behaviour of MagIcons.

I hope this was understandable. If not, try out with a live-session of Ubuntu Lucid and take a look at the icon selector before installing MagIcons. This will look the same as in your screenshot.

Best regards
Alex


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 Installing on Debian.

 
 by ikisham on: May 7 2010
 
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Hello alexibaba. I used the Ubuntu .deb to install in my antiX system which is Debian sid based. It installed fine since the dependencies have the same name in both Debian and Ubuntu.
But when trying to run it it gave this error:
Quote:
antix@antiX1:~$ MagIcons
/usr/share/magicons/MagIcons:711: Warning: 'with' will become a reserved keyword in Python 2.6
File "/usr/share/magicons/MagIcons", line 711
with open(filepath, 'wb') as configfile:
^
SyntaxError: invalid syntax

This offending with in the code is present in line 1223 as well.

The version I installed was 120508-MagIcons_0.2-0_all.deb

Maybe you should fix the script or is it a problem in my side?

Regards.


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 Re: Installing on Debian.

 
 by alexibaba on: May 8 2010
 
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Hi ikisham,

The 'with' statement is part of python 2.6. So I think you have a old version of python.

I recommend to update python to >= 2.6

If you don't want to update python, you could try the following (not tested):
  • Open the MagIcons program-file as root (sudo gedit /usr/share/magicons/MagIcons).

  • Write in line 23 without indentation:

  • Quote:
    from __future__ import with_statement

  • Save the file and try running MagIcons again


  • good luck
    Alex


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     Re: Re: Installing on Debian.

     
     by ikisham on: May 9 2010
     
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    Yes, that line worked!
    That's very nice really. I'm not bothering much on understanding how these things work (like the iconsets have a basic color but they are kind of changed 'on-the-fly') but it's working fine and is very useful to customize the desktop looks.
    I used already Humanity colors in another installation I have along with this one.
    The original Humanity colors is 'invalid' for MagIcons but Humanities-G works. Tok-tok works too but Lila-Ubuntu is getting an invalid status too.
    Thank you.


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     Re: Re: Re: Installing on Debian.

     
     by jennie on: May 13 2010
     
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    Hi! For Lila-Ubuntu, decompress the Lila-Ubuntu.tar.bz2 package, and install in Magicons the LilaU.tar.bz2 file you will find inside. (I guess I have to simplify this procedure soon.)


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     Re: Re: Re: Re: Installing on Debian.

     
     by ikisham on: May 13 2010
     
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    Thank you! I used Lila a lot in the past, I really liked it (and still like). There were one or two icons that were missing so it's good to know you made your version for it.
    Actually I just set the 'ghost' version for my root account and it seems you completed the missing ones.


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