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AwOken

   2.5  

GNOME Icon Theme

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AwOken
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Downloads:  158773
Submitted:  Jun 15 2010
Updated:  Jul 28 2013

Description:

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Please consider a small donation (1$ goes a long way) via PayPal to "alecive87@gmail.com"

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Before asking, if you have any problem, run at least once the customization script, and TAKE A LOOK AT THE README FILE!!!

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QUICK INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS -> You can choose between:

PPA modality:
1 Type in a terminal window:
* sudo add-apt-repository ppa:alecive/antigone
* sudo apt-get update
* sudo apt-get install awoken-icon-theme
* awoken-icon-theme-customization
2 Follow Instructions

WARNING: with ppa subscription you can always get the newest version on your machine. But to see the improvements, you have to configure (or re-configure) at least once the iconset either for clear version, or dark version, or even a colored one.

DeviantArt download modality:
1 Download the archive from dA page (clicking on the download button in this page). If you want to contribute to this project, click the "Donate" button and you'll give access to direct download.
2 Extract the archive, enter in the directory called AwOken-2.5, and extract also those three archives.
3 Move the folders called AwOken, AwOkenWhite and AwOkenDark in your .icons folder
4 Type in a terminal window:
* cd .icons
* sudo cp -p AwOken/awoken-icon-theme-customization /usr/bin
* sudo cp -p AwOken/awoken-icon-theme-customization-clear /usr/bin
* sudo cp -p AwOkenDark/awoken-icon-theme-customization-dark /usr/bin
* sudo cp -p AwOkenWhite/awoken-icon-theme-customization-white /usr/bin
* awoken-icon-theme-customization
5 Follow Instructions

RECOMMENDED PACKAGES

To exploit full power of customization script, you have to install zenity (recommended, used to see the GUI) and imagemagick (mandatory, used to color icons). If you use Ubuntu, they're in repositories, so you have only to install them from Software Center.

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QUICK CUSTOMIZATION INSTRUCTIONS

If you have follow instructions above, you have only to type in a terminal window:

* awoken-icon-theme-customization

And follow instructions provided!

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Changelog:

CHANGELOG FOR 2.5 VERSION

Added a full-featured colored version! More than 500 icons were re-drawed in colored mode.
• Changed licensing: from cc-by-nc-sa to cc-by-sa! Now the iconset is completely free :)
• Iconset updated to Ubuntu 13.04 Raring Ringtail!
Added ppa for Ubuntu 12.10 Quantal Quetzal and Ubuntu 13.04 Raring Ringtail
Solved a bug in coloration script (many thanks to shadowkyogre.deviantart.com)
Secure icons are now available in networkmanager
New ubuntuone icons, as well as new emoticons for chat
Added more than 50 xfce4 icons
Added icons for gnome 3.8 applications: gnome-games, gnome-documents, gnometris, quadrapassel, gnome-boxes, gnome-disks, and more
Added or redrawed more than 400 icons
Added more than 200 symbolic icons
• Dropped ppa for Ubuntu 10.04 Lucid Lynx, Ubuntu 10.10 Maverick Meerkat, Ubuntu 11.04 Natty Narwhal

Complete changelog (especially for previous versions) is stored in README PDF file.




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 by BenjaminSutton on: Dec 24 2010
 
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Hi, does awoken include "token dark" which is the dark version of token?


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 Script doesn't work

 
 by Goden on: Jan 20 2011
 
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The customization script gets to the "press any key" point, flies through some stuff at extremely high speeds, then crashes.

Sorry, I'm not very literate in this sort of thing, but that basically describes what happened. The text is so fast I can't even read it. I've tried every fix that has been posted in the comments and none of them work.

(Installed using the PPA on Linux Mint 9)


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 Re: Script doesn't work

 
 by alecive on: Jan 21 2011
 
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Some questions (don't worry, in the worst case we can start doing some little debugging and we'll find the bug!):

1. have you typed "y" when it asked this question: "Configuration process is finished. Notice that until now script has changed only main options. Do you want to run other options of the customize.sh file? (y/[n])"?
The command you're referring to in your message is this right? "Now I'll start the recovery script. Type any key to continue."

2. What were your choices? You can see them in the ".AwOkenrc" file located in your home!

3. icontheme is updated to the 1.6 version?

4. how you ran the script (literally say to me all the informations I can need to delineate the problem)?

5. Can you post me the script output before the keypressing that starts those fast outputs and the crash?

Cheers,
Alecive


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 Re: Re: Script doesn't work

 
 by Goden on: Jan 21 2011
 
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1. Yes, I've tried that. And yes, the command is ""Now I'll start the recovery script. Type any key to continue.". After this it crashes.

2. ".AwOkenrc" is not in my Home. I've tried showing hidden files, it's not there.

3. How do I update it? (If it's not 1.6)

4. /usr/share/icons/AwOken
*************************************************************************
Initial settings that come with 1.6 version
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Select an iconset type to modify.
1) Clear version
2) Dark version
3) Quit
What iconset you want to customize? 1
You choose: Clear version
Now I'll run customization script for clear version.
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/usr/share/icons/AwOken
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Customization script for AwOken icon set. Current Release: 1.6

Please consider a small donation (1$ goes a long way) via PayPal to 'alecive87@gmail.com'
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Installation directory: /usr/share/icons/AwOken -> installation type: PPA. Good choice.
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Select an option from below, typing the number of your choice:
1) Something went wrong? Choose this option!
2) TAKE A LOOK AT THE README PDF (with installation and customization instructions)
3) Configure the set
4) Recover configuration options from previous installations
5) Quit this script
Wich option do you prefer? 3
You choose: Configure the set
Now I'll run configuration script
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CONFIGURATION SCRIPT
This part is still under testing, so it's more than welcome any detection of any bug you'd find.
My mail is 'alecive87@gmail.com'

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I'm using this path for iconset in configuration process: /usr/share/icons/AwOken
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Now I'll start the configuration process. If there is a file called /home/adrian/.AwOkenrc, I'll use it to configure the set in the way you want. If not, I'll ask you some simple questions to create one.
Configuration file already exists.
Now I'll modify the configuration file located in /home/adrian/.AwOkenrc.
*************************************************************************
What kind of folder type do you prefer? (Type the number of your choice)
1) dark 9) s11
2) gray 10) s11-original
3) metal 11) classy
4) tlagdark 12) sonetto
5) tlaglight 13) snowsabre
6) token 14) grain
7) violet 15) See icons before choosing them
8) white
folder_type? 12
Your choice was: sonetto
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What kind of start here icon do you prefer? I'll not show all 84 options, but if you want I'll open a nautilus window to see them. Do you want this (y/[n])?
n
Now type the name of the icon of choice.
WARNING: type only the last part of the icon before file extension!! For example, type 'gaia2' or 'centos' or 'arch4'
start_here?mint2
Your choice was mint2
*************************************************************************
What kind of trash icon do you prefer? (Type the number of your choice)
1) trash1 4) trash4
2) trash2 5) See icons before choosing them
3) trash3
trash_type? 2
Your choice was: trash2
*************************************************************************
Do you want colored applications or greyish apps? (Type the number of your choice)
1) color
2) no-color
color_type? 2
Your choice was: no-color
*************************************************************************
Last three questions (I incorporate them in one question): change gedit icon, home icon and computer icon.
For each option, type the number of your choice, as above. Name that ends with 1 is the colored version, name that ends with 2 is the grayish version.
1) gedit1 3) See icons before choosing them
2) gedit2
gedit_type? 2
Your choice was: gedit2
1) computer1 4) computer4
2) computer2 5) computer5
3) computer3 6) See icons before choosing them
computer_type? 2
Your choice was: computer2
1) home1 4) home4
2) home2 5) home5
3) home3 6) See icons before choosing them
home_type? 2
Your choice was: home2
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Configuration process is finished. Notice that until now script has changed only main options. Do you want to run other options of the customize.sh file? (y/[n])
n
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Now I'll start the recovery script. Type any key to continue.




5. Do do I do this? Sorry, I'm not used to working with this sort of stuff.

Thanks for the help, though!


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 Re: Re: Re: Script doesn't work

 
 by alecive on: Jan 25 2011
 
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A fundamental question that I forgot: the iconset changes correctly after running the script? Because it can be only a little problem in your terminal.. so the script runs until the end, and then your terminal closes itself! :)


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Script doesn't work

 
 by Goden on: Jan 26 2011
 
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For some strange reason, the script choices are now working. Odd. It wasn't working for almost half a week! Either way, I thank you very much for your help! :)


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Script doesn't work

 
 by alecive on: Jan 26 2011
 
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Wow.. funny! It's the best way do solve problems I think.. just wait a bit and the issue will be fixed by itself! :D


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 Sorry man

 
 by aaronlewis1989 on: Jan 21 2011
 
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I didn't read your release notice carefully and did a silly stuff , AwokenKDE is purged on deviantarts.

So can you post a KDE version , need a modification on index.theme and several symlinks or whole new stuffs.

Thanks.


Aaron
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 Please Explain Why A Script?

 
 by DasFox on: Feb 4 2011
 
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Hi alecive,

Please explain why icons need a script to be installed properly? Icons should only need to be places in the $HOME path of ~/.icons and then for Gnome users in their
appearance preferences they load the icons and the same idea for other desktops environments, using the preferences. For Window Managers you only need to also place them in ~/.icons and use either a .gtkrc-2.0 or a GUI preferences, if available for the particular window manager you use...


THANKS


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 Re: Please Explain Why A Script?

 
 by DasFox on: Feb 4 2011
 
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Sorry forgot to ask can you please explain what the Script is going to create when you run it?

All I see is that it's placing the icons in the path of ~./icons or /usr/share and then creating a .AwOkenrc file...

Is this all?

Does AwOken need to be placed in
~./icons and /usr/share/icons?

THANKS


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 Re: Re: Please Explain Why A Script?

 
 by alecive on: Feb 5 2011
 
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The first question that comes to my mind is why you post messages here (on gnome-look.org), on deviantart, and moreover you send me private messages. Choose one channel and follow it forever, it will be more simple following you, isn't it? :)

The second is: if you want to know the reasons of the existence of a script, the only thing you have to do is seeing what it does, and then the answer will be obvious! So, what the script does: it changes folders, start-here, color-nocolor, some other icons. So, the purpose of the script is (magically) changing folders, start-here, color-nocolor, and some other icons!!! Moreover, it's written quite huge in the preview image and in the pdf file: "Simple customization script to change preference between.. etc etc".

I know what an icontheme needs to run; the reason for what there are iconset in two folders is that in /usr/share there is the original (and perfectly running) version, in .icons there is the customized one!

Third question: why did you pose that questions?

YOU'RE WELCOME


PS: "For Window Managers you only need to also place them in ~/.icons and use either a .gtkrc-2.0 or a GUI preferences, if available for the particular window manager you use..." <- I think you ment ~/.themes ;)


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 Sorry

 
 by DasFox on: Feb 5 2011
 
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Well I was looking at it trying to figure out the reason for it and I couldn't see any differences in a person placing the icons in ~/.icons and using .gtkrc-2.0 for a Window Manager or having them placed in /usr/share/icons for Desktops...

I used the script and it didn't do anything for me different then if I manually installed the icons and used the .gtkrc-2.0 in OpenBox

So I was at a loss to understand the script since it doesn't seem to be needed.

Also video-x-generic.png icon isn't working in OpenBox so I had to replace the icon in /usr/share/icons/gnome/48x48/mimetypes to make it work...

Also in Firefox, are all the buttons suppose to be grey, or should the Stop button be a different color, or any other ones be a different color too?

Also in a File Manager are all the buttons grey too? Because I had one time the New Tab button turn green for PCManFM-MOD but then it changed to grey.


THANKS

P.S. I posted here for others to read and comment on as well...


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 Re: Sorry

 
 by alecive on: Feb 5 2011
 
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"P.S. I posted here for others to read and comment on as well..."

Nice, I appreciate it a lot.. Sincerely I prefer dA, because its interface is more powerful, but it's the same ;)

However, as I already told you aswering to you private message, "the problem is that if a software places its icons in "/usr/share/pixmaps", the problem is inside the software itself! The only thing an iconset can do is to draw such an icon, if the program isn't able to catch it, I cannot do much more.. This comes also a lot of other sw that places their icons in that folder; for example spotify and sonata!"

"For video-x-generic, can you please send me a screenshot?"

"For other icons for openbox: I know, you told me some days ago, and when I'll have time (I have a life too ;): the need to eat and to earn money for example; and this project doesn't give me the possibility to eat [I dislike eating icons ;) ]!!) I'll draw them. "

Finally, these sentences: "Also in Firefox, are all the buttons suppose to be grey, or should the Stop button be a different color, or any other ones be a different color too?

Also in a File Manager are all the buttons grey too? Because I had one time the New Tab button turn green for PCManFM-MOD but then it changed to grey."

Replied to this sentence: "So I was at a loss to understand the script since it doesn't seem to be needed."

The previous is a kind of behaviour that you can change using the customization script, so if some time ago you had green add button (and red close button, and also other coloured icons), but now you don't have any, it means that you ran the script and it successfully worked!


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 Ok

 
 by DasFox on: Feb 6 2011
 
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Here is a screen shot of Firefox;

http://img715.imageshack.us/f/awoken1.png/

Here is a screen shot of PCManFM-Mod File Manger;

http://img822.imageshack.us/f/awoken2.png/

The buttons are all grey, they should be different colors?

Here's a screen shot showing the video icon;

http://img7.imageshack.us/f/awoken3.png/

Is the install script just creating a
.AwOkenrc file, I would like to know how we clean out, uninstall what has been done if anything has been created in the $HOME directory.

I looked through my $HOME and all I could see that was changed was the .AwOkenrc file created, but if anything else is added or changed I'd like to be able to know how to remove it...

THANKS


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 Re: Ok

 
 by DasFox on: Feb 6 2011
 
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I just noticed too that my folders in PCManFM-Mod file manager are just plain, I don't get any of the images on the folders.

Here's a screen shot of my $Home in PCManFM-Mod file manager showing the 'Downloads' and 'Pictures' with no images on them.

http://img84.imageshack.us/f/awoken.png/

Is there a way using the PCManFM-Mod file manager to get folders to use the images on them for any of these folders you made, like the email, video, etc...?


THANKS


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 Re: Re: Ok

 
 by DasFox on: Feb 6 2011
 
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I just copied by hand the wicd icons and backed up the original in /usr/share/pixmaps and when I loaded wicd the wicd-gui.png icon was not getting loaded it's still showing the original wicd-gui.svg.

Here's a screen shot you can see the original still being loaded;

http://img833.imageshack.us/f/screenshot02052011.png/

By the way the permissions on the wicd-gui.png and wicd.png were set to executable files so I changed them to 644.


THANKS


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 Re: Re: Re: Ok

 
 by alecive on: Feb 7 2011
 
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How can I help you if you do things by hand and without using the options I provide?


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 Re: Re: Ok

 
 by alecive on: Feb 7 2011
 
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Maybe pacman uses different folder specifications, so you have to tell me another iconset that doesn't have this issue.

PS: I see you have changed folder icons, so the script runs I think.. :P


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 Re: Ok

 
 by alecive on: Feb 7 2011
 
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Keep always in mind that this is an iconset draw for GNOME, so a lot of things doesn't work because you use another DE.

Firefox: if the problem is in the tint2 panel on the bottom, I already told you the reason and you have to modify the icon by hand. The buttons' color can be modified using the script.

PacMan: if the problem is in the tint2 panel on the bottom, I already told you that I'll draw an icon for pacman. The buttons' color can be modified using the script.

Video: do you know an iconset that modifies that icon?

To uninstall, the only file you have to remove is the .AwOkenrc file.


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 Re: Re: Ok

 
 by DasFox on: Feb 8 2011
 
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I am using your script, but from what I can see for now the video-x-generic.png is not getting changed if that's the name of the one you are changing for the Video icon.

So the .AwOkenrc is the only thing being created? I guess what I can see is your script is just changing shortcuts, so at one time you are pointing to certain icons to have them load by these newly created shortcuts and when you pick a new look, then new shortcuts are made to load this new look, yes?

In PCManFM-Mod file manager I don't have any icons that can change the folders with the images. Do you know what Nautilus does to make this happen?

I know how to change the look of icons if Tint2 doesn't show them properly, I just want to have the icons look correct in PCManFM-Mod file manager is all. So far the only icon I see not working correct is for the video and the folders, which as you mentioned is for the file manager, the way Nautilus works...

Firefox and Thunderbird work ok, that was my mistake before....


THANKS


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 Re: Re: Re: Ok

 
 by DasFox on: Feb 8 2011
 
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These are all the icons I use and all of them change the video icon and work.

ALLGREY
http://gnome-look.org/content/show.php/ALLGREY?content=76814

Elementary
http://gnome-look.org/content/show.php/elementary+Icons?content=73439

Faenza
http://gnome-look.org/content/show.php/Faenza+Variants?content=134347

SimplyGrey
http://gnome-look.org/content/show.php/SimplyGrey?content=93674

Vibrant
http://gnome-look.org/content/show.php/Vibrant+SVG?content=29956

THANKS


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 Re: Re: Re: Ok

 
 by alecive on: Feb 8 2011
 
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Thanks for the iconsets, I'll see where is the problem. Could you be so kind to take a screenshot of that icon with one of those working iconsets? Thanks a lot!

One thing I want to underline: so you have admitted that my script works and works fine. So, the next time, don't write such a catastrofic message like "Please Explain Why A Script?", because people feel scared about it and start to write tons of messages asking why the script doesn't works and if there is any danger using my iconset, and replying to all of them is quite annoying!! :D

If with shortcuts you mean symlinks, you are right: my script uses a lot of those. This is done to remain little in dimensions but at the same time with a huge range of customizations. Using symlinks moreover prevents a lot of problems related to errors in the script or in the iconset.

For PacManFM: do you know any iconset (showing also it in a screenshot) that is able to use different folders in PacMan? Because for nautilus the only thing I have to do is to use official GNOME folder specifications, and it works! ;)


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