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Moka Icon Theme

   5.0  

GNOME Icon Theme

Score 79%
Moka Icon Theme
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Moka Icon Theme
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Moka Icon Theme
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Link:  Link
Downloads:  70687
Submitted:  Aug 7 2013
Updated:  Aug 10 2014

Description:

Moka icon theme is designed with a simplistic, flat style, using simple geometry & basic colouring.

Icon count: 15710

More information about the theme may be found here: http://www.mokaproject.com/moka-icon-theme/

Moka depends on Faba Icon Theme:http://www.mokaproject.com/faba-icon-theme/

Suggestions for icons may be submitted using this form: http://mokaproject.com/requests.

For help & support or to file issues or queries visit:http://www.mokaproject.com/support/




Changelog:

  • 5.0 Release. Sat, 09 Aug 2014; A complete design iteration bringing many improvements.

  • 4.0 Release. Sometime in June, surpassed 15000 icons.

  • 3.0 Release. Thu, 15 May 2014; huge increase in support for nearly all DEs.

  • 2.0 Release. Sun, 05 Jan 2014

  • 1.0 Release. Tues, 22 Oct 2013



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     too minimal for my taste

     
     by CruelAngel on: Sep 14 2013
     
    Score 55%

    Sorry. I really wanted to like this icon theme. The panel indicators were great, the very rounded cornered, not entirely flat buttonish application icon concept seemed great, but it still just feels weird. Some of the icons are just either indecipherable in their minimalism or feel weirdly incoherent.

    Here are few examples:
    - I was wondering why I have the update manager opened, turned out it was Transmission bittorrent client. Yeah, I get it, the down icon, represents downloads. But that also misrepresents bittorrent as a concept, nor does it look like a wave or transmission's automatic transmission handle icon.
    - The Software Center is an orange circle with dots in it. Well yes, it does sort of look like the application drawer from Android 4.x, but how would one know this is the place where you can actually install them?
    - Firefox icon actually just a copy of the original firefox icon simply dropped on the button surface. I would be okay with that if most icons would be like that, but since most of the icons only have one or two tones of colors on them, the colorful firefox icon feels out of place and unprofessional.
    - Why are video file icons buttonish, but documents flat rectangles? I would understand if buttons only represent applications in this icon theme, and documents sort of represent how they are sheets of paper, but then video files should look more like film strips than buttons, don't they?

    Putting all these beside, the icon theme still needs some more action icons for application toolbars. (Open Geary Mail or Liferea with Moka, then compare it let's say to Faience.)

    So at the moment I went back to my custom tweaked Faience.

    I understand how much work went in to creating this theme, and it really does have some great concepts. (Not to mention out of the box support for some symbolic icons used mostly elementary apps!) SO I'm not voting bad. But nor am I voting up.

    I hope after some tweaking these theme could eventually land on my desktop. But sadly not right now.

    Keep up the great work.


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     Don't stop!

     
     by Sedoi910 on: Sep 15 2013
     
    Score 70%

    The icons I liked. Wonderful!, please Correct the Gimp, it looks vague. sorry for my English.


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     Great work!

     
     by amitg on: Sep 16 2013
     
    Score 63%

    I started using this beautiful theme. Great work!

    Wishing some more apps covered:

    * gitg (git gui)
    * pgadmin3
    * puddletag
    * mkvmerge gui
    * handbrake
    * bino 3d player
    * desktop search (tracker-needle)
    * gnome-disk
    * gnome-dictionary

    Thanks!


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     Missing Icon

     
     by unixslam on: Sep 16 2013
     
    Score 50%

    Your icon is awesome, in action i get missing icon

    in network manager (panel)
    - Connection informasion
    - Edit connections

    Sorry, i like your icon


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     Icons for source code

     
     by mese79 on: Sep 19 2013
     
    Score 50%

    Hi
    I really like this icon theme, but as a developer i'd like to have different icons for each type of source code.
    Would you add more icons for source code files like javascript, python, csharp and ... .
    Thanks.


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     Re: Icons for source code

     
     by photinoman on: Sep 27 2013
     
    Score 50%

    I absolutely agree with this request. I used the theme for a few days than missing source code icons disturbed me:/


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