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Tango-Generator 2

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Tango-Generator 2
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Downloads:  22431
Submitted:  Mar 22 2007
Updated:  Dec 15 2007

Description:

Although this version is now completely obsolete, there's still a large amount of traffic coming through this page. The download links now point to resources relevant to the new version.




Changelog:

0.2.6.5 - Updated some broken URLs.

0.2.6 - Updated tangerine icons, fixed a few pixel bugs. Run 'rm -rf ~/.tango-generator' after downloading to upgrade.

0.2.5 - Added network manager icons, beryl & emerald icons, fixed broken links, added a few additional icons. Cleaned up some code elsewhere. The upgrade should be fairly seamless this time.

0.2.1 - fixed another stupid bug.

0.2 - Synced packages with upstream, updated listen icons, cleaned up index.theme, switched openoffice packages, added many additional icons, added Tango GTK Icons as option, fixed emblem placement, fixed numerous crashes. Many things are changed in this release, so you should run 'rm -rf ~/.tango-generator' in the console before first run to see all updates.

0.1.7.1 - Improved handling of gimp installations, fixed error when gconf editor is selected but not the cpu applet.

0.1.7 - Vastly improved priorities robustness. Improved XFCE support & drew & added image-position-size icon.

0.1.6(.1) - Fixed various bugs that shouldn't have existed...

0.1.6 - Fixed gimp removal bug.

0.1.5 - Big Update:
Changed to correct 'robots' icon. Drawn and added new dia & gnome-planner. Updated trunk icons (gnome, tango). Improved support for fedora Core 6. Added bluetooth & firewall icons. Improved lock/key metaphors.

To Upgrade to this release you'll need to run 'rm ~/.tango-generator/archives/gnome.tar.gz' at the terminal.

0.1.2 - added a few more icons and additional sizes of others. You'll need to run "rm -rf ~/.tango-generator/archives/custom-app-icons/" if you're upgrading.

0.1.1 - Corrected Tango Materia and finishing installation after installing additional icon packages.

0.1 - initial release of version 2 (Version 1 quickly became unmaintainable).




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 openoffice

 
 by teitbeit on: Mar 25 2007
 
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this is the output that locate images_industrial.zip gives :

/home/manolito/.tango-generator/archives/images_industrial.zip
/usr/lib/openoffice/share/config/images_industrial.zip
/usr/lib/openoffice/share/config/images_industrial.zip.bak


Any ideas ?

I'm on Ubuntu 6.10


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 Re: openoffice

 
 by DarkAenima on: Mar 25 2007
 
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the images_industrial.zip package is broken....you can see that the dimension is 855KB and the original is 6.5 Mb...restore your /usr/lib/openoffice/share/config/images_industrial.zip.bak
and all will work again...


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 Re: openoffice

 
 by mejogid on: Mar 25 2007
 
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It seems to be a problem with google resetting the connection - hopefully it's a temporary problem.


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 ProblemS

 
 by alexou2648 on: Mar 26 2007
 
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First, I love your icon theme! I needed to say that.

After, I have 2 little problems. I tried it on Gentoo and Ubuntu.

The common problem is about the emblems place, they're placed on the top right corner instead of the bottom left in the previous version of TangoGenerator.

After, on my gentoo, the gaim icons are not well installed apparently, maybe because i use su instead of sudo/gtksu ?


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 Re: ProblemS

 
 by alexou2648 on: Mar 26 2007
 
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Ok, I figured out the problem on the gentoo box, I had some issues with the permissions of the gaim folder and its content in /usr/share/pixmaps.


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 Re: ProblemS

 
 by mejogid on: Mar 26 2007
 
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It's based on each icon with the non standard icon positions having a special file telling gnome about it. Tango-Generator extrapolates this icon from the theme with the highest priority that contains the data, and to get the icon placing you wish you will need Tango-Unabasehd quite high up the list.


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 Re: Re: ProblemS

 
 by alexou2648 on: Mar 27 2007
 
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Seriously, I don't get it how to do it. I put Tango-Unabashed high up in the list, and it doesn't work.
Can you tell me the exact order of the packages to get the emblems in the bottom right of the icons?
Thanks.


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 Re: Re: Re: ProblemS

 
 by mejogid on: Mar 27 2007
 
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I've just generated another theme and seem to get the same result as you. I'm investigating it now and will post an update if I make any progress. I need to do more regression testing...


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 priorities...

 
 by rodgerSan on: Mar 27 2007
 
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... seem to work and gimp too. I tested the foxtrot theme, which is my favorite, but some 16x16 icons are missing (I found only list-add and list-remove). Nothing really important.

I installed synaptic stuff manually, it wasn't so hard. I'm using edgy, and the pixmaps are located in /usr/share/synaptic.

I have a little question. Is there a tango spinner? Because I saw one once but I don't remember where.

And I can't see a brasero icon, is there one avalaible?

For Listen, are you using this theme?
http://www.gnome-look.org/content/show.php/Listen+Tango?content=49144

Because it is not up to date.

Thanks for the fixes.


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 Re: priorities...

 
 by mejogid on: Mar 27 2007
 
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What version of listen doesn't it work with? There are too many python/dbus issues to get it to work on my install, but the icons seem to map fine with the package. Can you post the images (& their location on your system) that make up the default theme? I can tangoify it from there.

I can only find a 48x48 & svg icon for brasero. Since I'm requiring atleast 16,22 & scalable sizes I'm currently working on creating the former 2.


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 Re: Re: priorities..

 
 by rodgerSan on: Mar 27 2007
 
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version 0.5:

icons that are located in the systray (img folder):

listen_tray.png
listen_tray_play.png
listen_tray_save.png
listen_tray_pause.png

The first is ok, the second needs to be adapted and the last ones are missing.

Basically it's the main 24 pixels icon with the status at the bottom-right (play, pause and save)

I did them for myself but they are quite ugly:

http://img352.imageshack.us/my.php?image=sanstitrela8.png


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 Re: Re: Re: prioriti

 
 by mejogid on: Mar 27 2007
 
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No problem - it's just a matter of scaling some svgs. Shouldn't take more than 10 minutes. I'll include it in the next update.


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: prio

 
 by rodgerSan on: Mar 27 2007
 
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ok thanks ^^


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 great work, but...

 
 by wyrfel on: Mar 30 2007
 
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... I'm getting the following error.

Exception in thread Thread-1:
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "/usr/lib/python2.4/threading.py", line 442, in __bootstrap
self.run()
File "tango-generator.py", line 275, in run
self.install_gnome()
File "tango-generator.py", line 420, in install_gnome
self.execute_hard_icon(tmp_dir, mainchild)
File "tango-generator.py", line 476, in execute_hard_icon
if new_file_contents != new_file_contents.replace(old,new):
UnicodeDecodeError: 'utf8' codec can't decode bytes in position 278-281: invalid data

It's on gentoo and so far i don't have a clue what it's trying to tell me.

Any idea?

Besides that, thanks for the great work.

Another thing...on the applications page, a "select all possible" button would be handy.

André.


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 Re: great work, but.

 
 by mejogid on: Apr 4 2007
 
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That error message means that a file in /usr/share/applications/ contains data that can't be read as a string. If you can find what the file is, that would be appreciated. My primary machine is Gentoo, on which it works fine. I'll look into more gracefully handling this error.


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 Re: Re: great work,

 
 by wyrfel on: Apr 5 2007
 
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Hei,

thanks for that hint.

I'm on gentoo, too, but i manually modified some stuff in there, so i'll look into it and report back.

André.


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 Re: Re: great work,

 
 by wyrfel on: Apr 5 2007
 
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Ok, found it...

...it was gperiodic.desktop and i'm pretty sure it was untouched from portage.

It was saved in ISO-8859-15.

André.


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 Re: Re: great work,

 
 by mejogid on: Apr 5 2007
 
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Is there anything odd about your locales? When I get round to releasing the next version this issue should be fixed, anyway.


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 Re: Re: Re: great wo

 
 by wyrfel on: Apr 7 2007
 
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Don't think so.

I think i didn't have Unicode=True set in my main gentoo conf from the beginning, but i doubt that that's the reason.

See Stormx's post...it seems some oldish packages can slip through the package management with ISO encoding.

André.


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 Re: Re: great work,

 
 by Stormx on: Apr 6 2007
 
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I had the same problem with a grip install right out of apt. Here's a nice way of finding the problem files:

cd /usr/share/applications
file * | grep ISO


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 Fedora Core

 
 by livio on: Mar 30 2007
 
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We don't have gksu...


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 Re: Fedora Core

 
 by mejogid on: Apr 4 2007
 
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It's available in one of the rpmforge repos, although I forget which one. I have it working on fedora core 6 in a virtual machine.


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 Used to love this...

 
 by zwaldowski on: Apr 1 2007
 
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I used to love this, until I added it on my reinstalled Edgy desktop. Now, all file icons show up as ugly GTK-esque corner-folded pages, from drives to files to folders. Blech.

Oh, well.


Sincerely,
Zachary Waldowski

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 Re: Used to love this...

 
 by mejogid on: Apr 4 2007
 
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Check the prerequisites & instal rsvg-convert. The package is something like rsvg-bin. Please read the readme (hence the name) before complaining the app's broken.


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 Re: Re: Used to love

 
 by zwaldowski on: Apr 4 2007
 
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I'm sorry, you caught me at just the right time I was going to reply to myself.

The rsvg was the culprit.

The app works flawlessly, and my computer appears much better. (Please, consider this my testimonial)


Regards,
Zachary Waldowski

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