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Sphere

   1.2.5  

GNOME Icon Theme

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Minimum required   GNOME 3.x
Downloads:  12768
Submitted:  May 25 2013
Updated:  Aug 24 2013

Description:

After a long time I worked again on my icon theme 1.2. Now here is the version 1.2.5.
Very many new things but also some changes have been incorporated.
The folder places has been thoroughly revised and substantially changed. All folders are also available in various colors.
You can chosse between places in DUST, ORANGE, RED, BLUE, GREEN, PETROL, YELLOW, LIGHT BLUE and VIOLETT.

I work with Ubuntu 13:04, gnome 3.6 and 3.4 Nautilus. Everything works beautifully.
More than 8500 icons are included, from 16x16 to 255x255.




Changelog:

v1 uploaded 06-2013

12-06-2013
more app icons
more emblem icons
more places icons
2 more colors for places (yellow and light blue)
Newsreader icons
emote icons tomatoe style
16x16 icons are now colored
all icons in 300dpi
fixed some issues

07-2013:
More app icons and actions icons
smartphone icon in devices

07-2013 (v3)
I added the new VITRUM design (sreenshot 3) with the categorie folder. The old folder with round glasses is named as categories-round. If you like this more, just change the folders and rename it.

07-2013 (v4)
added some new app icons, change the wine icons and added the new skype icons

08-2013 (v5)
fixed the problem with google chrome browser - the icons are no longer cut off
added some new icons in apps

28-05-2013
There is an ppa at this link:
http://www.noobslab.com/2013/05/sphere-icons-for-ubuntu.html




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 Chromium

 
 by Anywhere on: May 29 2013
 
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Excellent set of icons. Circles are a nice break from the many square themes. In Chromium (using Mint 15/Cinnamon & Gnome-Cupertino-Mint GTK Theme) the tops and bottoms of the icons are cut off on the buttons. Anything that can be done about that? Also, how about an icon for Liferea and other newsreaders?


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 Re: Chromium

 
 by potzblitz7 on: May 30 2013
 
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Thank you..
Iam working on icons for newsreaders. They will come in the next update (liferea, pan and knote). For the problem with the action buttons in chromium... i am using firefox, but i will take a look. In firefox, they are working fine...


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 Your work reflects the quality.

 
 by WalentyWalewski on: Jun 12 2013
 
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Your work is a real work of art. Your creativity is the source of my inspiration and motivation to work. For true connoisseurs of art is an example of your work. Your works are the inspiration for the creation of new works and the main base for other developers. Honest and original approach always leads to success. Thank you for all that you do.


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 Shalom, Joachim!

 
 by sunbox on: Jun 12 2013
 
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I will support my colleague. A drop of each work creates real creativity. It is important to organize work and to sustain the work of the same style. You are very good at it. You are doing a lot in the development of free software. Good luck!


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 Why i am doing this....

 
 by potzblitz7 on: Jun 12 2013
 
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Thanks for the praise. I will continue to use my creativity to the project. It currently provides many rectangular icons, all inspired by the Apple design. OK, that looks good, is practical. It's all the same to me, too simplistic. I have a PC with high performance, a good monitor, why should not I use icons and graphical quality? I want to belittle the work of others so that not, these are great inspirations and absolutely great. But I like a different design, something as contrast to the rectangular. So I'll try to improve the design of more and more and to complete.


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 You will succeed!

 
 by WalentyWalewski on: Jun 12 2013
 
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A true artist is always a trendsetter. You have opened a whole new trend in the design of icons and you have supported and will support. Your icon sets have a fairly large amount, but for the fact they have a major advantage: they have artistic value and they are working on many operating systems. If you are object to follow, then you stand for something. My wife and I thank you for your contribution to improving the interface of OS kernel-based Linux. The first set of icons that I installed Ubuntu, it was your set of icons Slipper. Having established a set of icons, I felt like a boat on the sea. I and my wife always got you covered. Thank you for your response.


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 A true artist is always worthy of support!

 
 by sunbox on: Jun 12 2013
 
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Of course, we support you. On duty, I can not always be near my husband, but online we can support each other always. Give people the beauty, it is given to you from above!


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 RESPECT!!!

 
 by openLife on: Jun 12 2013
 
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Internet pleasing in that it allows ordinary people to meet interesting people. Powerful icons! RESPECT!!!


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