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Tango-Generator 2

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Tango-Generator 2
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Link:  http://
Downloads:  22471
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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 Synaptic gtk-apply

 
 by UlisseUbuntu on: Sep 14 2007
 
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some bottons in synaptic (gtk-apply, mark all upgrade), winedoors, firefox granparadiso, avant window navigator, gdesklets, compizconfig, deborphan, boot-up manager, brasero and serpentine (they look ugly ...)

(then, the default icon for folders has to be modified - making a 3d effect, like rotation the icon, giving a deep sense ... )


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 Re: Synaptic gtk-apply

 
 by mejogid on: Nov 25 2007
 
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Sorry it's taken me a while to reply, but rest assured that those will be covered in the next release.


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 problem with emblems

 
 by fipm on: Sep 25 2007
 
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Great app!

I'm using it in ubuntu gutsy, and I cannot fix a problem with emblems. Even adding all the emblems folders from the original tango theme, emblems like the read-only and the desktop ones remains really small and ugly.

Does anyone know how to fix this?


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 Re: problem with emb

 
 by mejogid on: Oct 27 2007
 
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It's a change in Gnome 2.20 that'll be fixed in the next version.


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 Re: problem with emb

 
 by GreySim on: Nov 3 2007
 
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I'm not sure if this is the "right" way to fix it, but as a workaround for now, if you poke around in your theme directories, you can copy the 'emblems' directory in 48x48 to 24x24, then edit index.theme to include '24x24/emblems' in the list at the start of the file, and also add this in with the rest of the similar entries:

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[24x24/emblems]
Size=24
Content=Emblems
Type=Fixed
===

I put both in 'alphabetical' order in both locations, but I don't know if that matters. Emblems now seem to be working for me. Hope that helps.


Dennis Fisher
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 Re: Re: problem with emb

 
 by mejogid on: Nov 28 2007
 
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The new officially endorsed specification is to have emblems actually of the size of the folder their in in at least 16,22,32 and scalable; since Gnome uses a much more logical method of emblem selection. This will be in the next release.


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 Debian Etch

 
 by biomega on: Sep 26 2007
 
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Hi, I've already prove this program in ubuntu and I have only one thing to say, I love it...

but I have a big problem for running it in Etch, at the end of the installation stops suddenly....

According to the terminal output I think that is 'cause the URL for installing OpenOffice icon theme doesn't exist, can you check this?


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 Re: Debian Etch

 
 by mejogid on: Oct 27 2007
 
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That should be fixed in the next version too - I asusume it works fine without OpenOffice?


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 Broken?

 
 by lordsunland on: Nov 3 2007
 
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Hi,I like this tango icon very much!
However, the link seems to be broken?
How can I get the package? Thanx!


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 Broken?

 
 by lordsunland on: Nov 3 2007
 
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Hi, this tango icon looks great!
However, the link seems already broken.
How can I get the package? Thanks!


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 Re: Broken?

 
 by mejogid on: Nov 25 2007
 
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Just wait a few weeks, and there will be a new version up.


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 Emblem Placement

 
 by GreySim on: Nov 3 2007
 
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Not a reporting of size errors!

I was wondering if, when you release the next version, you could tweak the .icon files for folders at least so that emblems for open folders and folders that are being dragged onto stay in the same place as they are in the folder's normal state. It's been a while since I've used the default .icon files, but if I remember correctly, the normal state has the emblems placed starting from the lower left, but when hovering over or dragging to a folder, it jumps to the upper right, and outside of the normal bounds of the icon too, causing the icons to rearrange themselves slightly.

I don't remember exactly what tweaks I made, but I believe it was just copying the placement info out of the .icon file for the normal folder in scalable and pasting it into two or three other folder icon state .icon files.

Either way, thanks for the generator. I can't use any other icon theme now. :)


Dennis Fisher
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 Re: Emblem Placement

 
 by mejogid on: Nov 6 2007
 
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I've currently got this working experementally. The previous release simply used information available in the icon themes selected (transforming placement between icon sizes), but situations such as the one you've mentioned mean I will most likely hack in some sensible defaults.


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