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Suede

  

GNOME Icon

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Suede
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Suede
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Link:  http://
Minimum required   GNOME 2.x
Downloads:  38015
Submitted:  Jun 15 2004
Updated:  Jul 22 2004

Description:

Suede SVG icon theme for Gnome 2.x
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Authors: Ramanan V
Justin S




Changelog:

Version 0.2.5
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- Switched most colors to ones from the Gnome 32 color palette
- added start-here icon
- new mimetype icons




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 Strange thing...

 
 by stoodi on: Jun 20 2004
 
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Mimetype icons for .doc files are smaller then others (pdf, swx etc..) in nautilus, somebody have this ?


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 Re: Strange thing...

 
 by krosstok on: Jun 20 2004
 
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Uh oh...I think I bundled the wrong set of mimetypes....fixes in the pipeline

Ramanan


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 Re: Re: Strange thin

 
 by krosstok on: Jun 20 2004
 
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Hmm..it seems to render fine for me.

What version of nautilus and librsvg are you using?

Ramanan


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 I love these icons

 
 by reeve on: Jun 21 2004
 
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I just wanted to say I personally think this is the best GNOME iconset in a long time, I hope one day it becomes the default. :) My newly created GNOME theme, BasicGNOME, (GTK+ 1 and 2 parts and index.theme are here in GTK 2.x, and the Metacity part is here in Metacity :)) use these for the icons. If I ever get decent at using Inkscape I would love to help work on Suede. Until then I'll just have to be satisfied with making various themes to go with it. :) Do you have any plans for the future of these icons so far? Because I'm serious about hoping this set becomes the GNOME default, it fits right in with the stock icons, and it's much more clean and sharp than Industrial (no offense to anyone who has worked on the Industrial icons), and the current default GNOME icons are a bit, well, dreary. :)


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 How to Use?

 
 by CrashNeth on: Jun 30 2004
 
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sorry for my beginer question but...

I've already UnTared de file on my /.icons dir on my home, but now I don know how to actually use the icons... anyone?

Thanks, Gabriel


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 Re: How to Use?

 
 by cevans on: Jun 30 2004
 
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Go into theme preferences, then theme details, and one of the tabs will let you change the icon theme.


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 nice icons

 
 by Nebuloza on: Jul 8 2004
 
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I really like the Icons, nice flat look.
Using them myself.

svg rocks.


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 theme you're using

 
 by Neutron on: Jul 16 2004
 
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First I want to thank u for your hard work. This is really the best iconset I've seen in a long time. I too hope that this will be the default gnome iconset :)

I was wondering which theme you're using. It looks like the ximian one, but this one is definately less bright. A nice one!


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 Great Job!

 
 by GaMMa on: Aug 24 2004
 
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I love these icons, it's my favorite set. I wish it was more "complete." Keep up the good work!


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