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Faenza Blue - Dark Panels

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GNOME Icon Theme

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Faenza Blue - Dark Panels
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Blog:  Link
Downloads:  16622
Submitted:  Dec 21 2010
Updated:  Nov 28 2011

Description:

This is the Faenza-Cupertino icon set for people with dark panels.

I wanted the beautiful blue folders in Faenza-Cupertino but with the nice frosted grey panel icons like in the regular Faenza-Dark

Icons from:
Faenza-Cupertino (http://gnome-look.org/content/show.php/Faenza-Cupertino?content=129008)
Faenza-Dark (http://gnome-look.org/content/show.php/Faenza?content=128143)

It works really well for me, but it is just a hack I did, so it might not be perfect. You shouldn't need the regular Faenza icons installed. This should be complete and separate.

For those interested, in the screenshot:
GTK: http://gnome-look.org/content/show.php/Orta?content=134123
File Manager is PCManFM (not nautilus)




Changelog:

28/11/11:the system-shutdown and system-log-out icons have been fixed by user 'rpgmaker' (many thanks!)
23/01/11: add more screenshtos
22/12/10: just updated the description




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 good!

 
 by Pocio on: Dec 21 2010
 
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Good job here!
Is PcmanFM in he screenshot?


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 Re: good!

 
 by devi710 on: Dec 21 2010
 
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Thanks. And yes that is PCManFM in the screenshot. It's really fast and looks good.


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 GTK+Metacity theme

 
 by anezch on: Dec 22 2010
 
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Hi, It's a nice icon theme, I like it a lot. BTW, what GTK and metacity theme used in the screenshot?


originally gnome
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 Re: GTK+Metacity theme

 
 by devi710 on: Dec 23 2010
 
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Thanks. The GTK is the lovely Orta theme: http://gnome-look.org/content/show.php/Orta?content=134123

and it is the Emerald theme that comes with it, not metacity.


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 Side Panel

 
 by rOckan on: Dec 24 2010
 
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How you get the side panel icons bigger?


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 Re: Side Panel

 
 by devi710 on: Dec 25 2010
 
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The file manager is PCManFM, not Nautilus. You can install it through the repositories.

Then just Edit => Preferences, the Display tab and choose the icon size.


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 Missing icons

 
 by beruic on: Jan 22 2011
 
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The icon for parcellite is black, like it's meant for a light panel, and so is the status icons in Empathy.
Would like the status icons to have color for intuity, maybe to be squared to integrate with the rest of the theme. Also the envelope indicator could turn blue, when there is a message, to be clearer.

Otherwise I find the theme very nice. Using it with docky and Ambiance with blue highlight color instead of orange.


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 Re: Missing icons

 
 by devi710 on: Jan 23 2011
 
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Thanks for the input. It's actually the first time I've heard of Parcellite. If I ever try and update the icons I'll see what I can do.


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 Re: Re: Missing icons

 
 by beruic on: Jan 28 2011
 
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You've probably heard of glipper. I think Parcellite inherits the icon from this :)


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 Re: Re: Missing icons

 
 by beruic on: Mar 14 2011
 
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I've found out that there's an isuse in the normal Faenza icon theme as well. It's parcellite again, but the issue occurs on dark panels instead. When using Faenza-Dark, it uses the black icon from the Faenza theme for parcellite, instead of a light one on the panel.


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 Re: Re: Re: Missing icons

 
 by beruic on: Mar 14 2011
 
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Sorry, I should post this elsewhere...


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 Volume icon

 
 by adoello on: Jun 8 2011
 
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I found an error. If you change the volume with the keyboard, the notification icon on the screen is terribly ugly.
Thanks, Greetings!


Ado Ello
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 A bug...

 
 by rpgmaker on: Nov 26 2011
 
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Something happened on ubuntu, might be a bug. The shutdown icon that apperas on the "shutdown|restar|suspend" dialog that appears when you press the shutdown button (at least on laptops) is a smaller version (and a different type, judging by the other action's icons) than the one I assumed is the one supposed to be there. Here is a screenshot: http://oi41.tinypic.com/okq6v5.jpg


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 Re: A bug...

 
 by rpgmaker on: Nov 27 2011
 
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Ok, I think I found the issue myself. It seems that you were naming the "system-shutdown" icons "system-shut-down". Apparently they don't need the dash in the middle of "shutdown". This is for gnome version found on ubuntu 10.10. I don't know if an Update of gnome is the one 'causing the discrepancy. My 0.025 cents. Thanks for the theme!


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 Re: A bug...

 
 by rpgmaker on: Nov 27 2011
 
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Answering myself again the "logout" button from the switch user dialog also had this problem but on this case the system-log-out simbolic link didn't exist. I fixed on my copy of your icon theme but maybe this warrant an update from you...


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 Re: Re: A bug...

 
 by devi710 on: Nov 27 2011
 
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Hi, thanks for all the comments. I am happy to hear people are still using this icon theme.

I am not actually maintaining and updating this icon set anymore. But if you want to send me your update with the fixed sys links, I would be happy to update the download link.

Devi


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