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AwOken

   2.5  

GNOME Icon Theme

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Downloads:  158474
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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 Nice, but...

 
 by TheStarLion on: Jul 30 2011
 
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I love these icons, but I can't get them to show up in KDE's system settings.
I had a glance through the Readme PDF, but couldn't find anything. I've already configured the set in Gnome, but nothing shows up.
I've got the ~/.icons directory symlinked to KDE's own icons directory, which made a lot of the Gnome themes show up... but not this.
Any ideas?


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 Re: Nice, but...

 
 by alecive on: Aug 5 2011
 
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For a couple of reasons this iconset not works on KDE. But I released the first KDE porting just a couple of week ago! Give it a try, it's the same iconset but with a couple of kde stuff. It's called kAwOken! :)


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 script not working

 
 by azawi on: Aug 5 2011
 
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and you dare to take money for download!?


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 Re: script not working

 
 by alecive on: Aug 5 2011
 
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Ahah have you ever thought that YOU might did some errors?

If you did not know, a software needs testing to be robust. An ever growing software needs more.

So post the terminal output, and be less arrogant. I put efforts in this project, you benefit from this, so at least a please or a thank you or a kinder way to tell me that YOU cannot run the script would be welcome. ;)


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 jdownloader

 
 by intensedaz on: Aug 6 2011
 
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Great icon set , any plans for a jdownloader icon ?


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 Re: jdownloader

 
 by alecive on: Aug 7 2011
 
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jDownloader icon is already in the set - I use it every day and it works. But if you're talking about the jdownloader icon in the systray or whatever name you prefer for indicator applet, the iconset is not responsible for this, so the only thing to do is changing jdownloader icon theme.

So, try this: http://wishing-star5.deviantart.com/art/JDownloader-AwOken-Dark-Theme-245612034

It's a jDownloader theme based on awoken. It's not mine, and all the problems you may encounter have to be reported to the owner; but for me it works, and it's cute! So give it a try, and tell me if you have solved! :)


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 Re: Re: jdownloader

 
 by intensedaz on: Aug 7 2011
 
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Thats just what i'm looking for , however i cant find the folder to extract the files to , any ideas ?

Thanks again for your help


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 Re: Re: Re: jdownloader

 
 by alecive on: Aug 7 2011
 
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On my Ubuntu Natty the folder is ~/.jdownloader/jd/img

To see it you should open nautilus and then type Ctrl+H, so you can able to see hidden folders like the one we are talking about! :)


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: jdownloader

 
 by intensedaz on: Aug 7 2011
 
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Success :-)

Thank you very much


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: jdownloader

 
 by alecive on: Aug 7 2011
 
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You're welcome! :)


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 svg format

 
 by coz on: Aug 15 2011
 
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Hey guy,
I really like the icons,, however, I cant use png in what I do,, do you have the svg set?
coz


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 Re: svg format

 
 by alecive on: Aug 16 2011
 
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I'm really sorry but unfortunately I haven't any of these images in svg format.. sorry! :)


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 Good work

 
 by zack1 on: Aug 30 2011
 
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A very good icon theme. I would like to make a suggestion though. I like to use gnome-main-menu on desktop and you do have a good icon for it in awoken pack. I would however suggest that you would make the computer icon frames a bit more stronger so it could stand out from the panel more easily.

This is however only my perspective but I have noticed that when sometimes working long hours with computer a stronger main menu icon would be a great thing indeed as it would be easier to find when eyes get tired.

Keep up your impressive work.

Have a nice day
zack


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 Re: Good work

 
 by alecive on: Aug 30 2011
 
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Sorry but I didn't understand.. what do you mean with "computer icon frames"?


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 Reply to the question:

 
 by zack1 on: Aug 30 2011
 
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I mean that It would be nice if the computer icon of gnome-main-menu would stand out a bit better from the panel. Meaning I would really appreciate if the icon would have a bit stronger colors so it would be easier to spot.

Hopefully this was understandable. I would have sent a screenshot but apparently it is impossible to do in the standard gnome-look messages.


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 Re: Reply to the question:

 
 by alecive on: Aug 30 2011
 
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Upload the screenshot on an image hosting website (like imageshack or similar) and post the link to the image :)


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