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Exquisite

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Exquisite
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Link:  http://
Downloads:  58329
Submitted:  Sep 6 2004
Updated:  Sep 7 2004

Description:

A port of the KDE theme by guppetto
http://gnome-look.org/usermanager/search.php?username=guppetto

The icons contained within this icon set were created by Mimin Ladha (madbwana1).




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 great

 
 by franklx on: Sep 7 2004
 
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but broken link


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 Re: great

 
 by scourge on: Sep 7 2004
 
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Perhaps the server was temporarily down. It's working now.


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 themes????

 
 by Markus78 on: Sep 7 2004
 
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hi!

what are the metacity and gtk themes in your screenshot??????

btw i love this icons.....


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 Re: themes????

 
 by scourge on: Sep 7 2004
 
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RPanther2
You'll find them in Metacity and GTK 2 section in this site.
Here's a link
http://www.gnome-look.org/content/show.php?content=14742


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 Other themes

 
 by ilyashpan on: Sep 8 2004
 
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IMHO, for these icons the d3a theme is better, then mac-style ;)


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 Very nice, except...

 
 by isaiah53 on: Sep 9 2004
 
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... for C:\ on the Terminal command line icon. Would prefer bash$.


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 Re: Very nice, excep

 
 by bvc on: Sep 9 2004
 
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that drove me nuts in marcintesh. So I asked for permission to edit the icon and remove the C:\ and the artist said it was ok.


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 d3a

 
 by scourge on: Sep 9 2004
 
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I'm not the creator of these icons. I just put them together.
And yes, I like d3a better. It's more slick, and more consistent.... and more complete.


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 Re: d3a

 
 by ilyashpan on: Sep 9 2004
 
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By the way, it is possible to supplement your icons from a set of Gno-SX icons. They approach on style.


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 Re: Re: d3a

 
 by scourge on: Sep 9 2004
 
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That's true. However, Gno-SX uses the same icons (exquisite) for it's base and adds up other icons to fill the gaps. Those other icons are very inconsistent with the exqus. style. I found many crystal icons there (which I personally dislike), and several Noia icons. I would rather add (and probably will) Snow-E icons to this set, instead ahything else. I also looked at the KDE exquisite theme, which also adds crystal icons.
I don't wanna do the same with the gnome version.
And, you can always get gib and edit the theme yourself :)


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Another thing that I personally consider first is, does the artist of the icons want his/her icons mixed with other artist icons? I just received permission to port what I think will be a pretty complete icon theme so though it's not necessary to mix, and though I didn't ask, the artist specifically stated not to mix in his reply giving me permission. This I understand. When you start mixing....who created what? The user won't know. The wrong artist gets credit. I will port an incomplete theme, before I port a theme that is complete because of mixing, UNLESS the diff artist have joined in the effort already, of course. my 2 cents


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 by scourge on: Sep 9 2004
 
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I need a feedback on this:
Do you think it's HIG-ish to have one icon for all audio types, one for all video, and so on?
I tried that once and it wasn't bad at all. I mean, I don't care if it's mp3, or ogg or wav, it always starts in beep-media. Same for movies (mpg, avi, wma).
What's your opinion on this?


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IMO, it's better to have an 'audio' for all then for 1 or 2 types and the rest show the fallback gnome default, or fs-regular.


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 Re: Question

 
 by ilyashpan on: Sep 9 2004
 
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I think, it is possible to use one icon for all audio or video types of files. Extensions of files, as a rule, is visible in signatures of files.


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