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nuoveXT 2

  

GNOME Icon

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Downloads:  336877
Submitted:  Apr 19 2007
Updated:  Jul 20 2007

Description:

This is a revamp of my first icon theme nuoveXT.

Hope you like it ;-)

Constructive feedbacks are, as always, welcome.

For those who want to know, here's the info about the second screenshot:

Metacity: http://www.gnome-look.org/content/show.php/Aqua+Advanced?content=59285
GTK: http://www.gnome-look.org/content/show.php/VistaBut?content=32227
Wallpaper: http://www.deviantart.com/deviation/51505556/

Best,

Saki




Changelog:

2007.07.20 - Fixed problems with missing folders. Added the KDE version.

2007.07.02 - Public release

2007.04.19 - Preview release




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 scalable?

 
 by ertz on: Aug 17 2007
 
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any chance to release this theme in SVG?. most of the icons look like they were just resized without any optimization, making them look kinda blurry to me.

if you're not going to release the SVGs then try to use symlinks instead of duplicating the same file over and over again, this might save some bandwidth :)

it's a great theme though, but then again small icons don't look sharp and they lose their shape making them barely recognizable.

best regards!,
silvestre


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 Re: scalable?

 
 by rpgmaker on: Aug 24 2007
 
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Dude, I second that. That's the reason why I don't use this icon set. That problem is since its inception.


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 Re: Re: scalable?

 
 by who on: Jan 3 2008
 
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I really agree. I've asked quite a few times to get the SVGs. Saki, if you're reading please release them.

I think svgs are good because
1. People can easily make icons for specific applications --> better consistency (i.e combine original icons, etc)
2. People can learn from them!
3. We can have sharper icons if we're using obscure sizes
4. It is not in spirit of GPL not to release source! They were made with OS software... Technically they are GPLd themselves


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 Just installed

 
 by miketech on: Aug 18 2007
 
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Hi,

I've just installed the icon set. Looks amazing! Evolution looks so great. I like the grey/blue/black icons for Reply, Reply to All, Forward.

Looks very professional. Keep on! Great work!

Only the Cancel-Icon (the octagon with the cross inside) doesn't suit to the other round ones.

Mike


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 Rhythmbox

 
 by miketech on: Aug 18 2007
 
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Hi again,

you've done a great icon for rhythmbox! Maybe you can create some more icons for the play/back/next/repeat etc buttons in rhythmbox? :)

Greetings

Mike


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 Re: Rhythmbox

 
 by bastanteroma on: Sep 18 2007
 
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Yeah...play and pause icons and the like are the only things that stand out as absent in my use. Ekiga could use nicer icons too, I guess. Otherwise the first iconset good and complete enough for me to replace the distro defaults.


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 thanks

 
 by linuxinho on: Sep 19 2007
 
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it is great really thank you
regards


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 good but

 
 by screaminj3sus on: Nov 22 2007
 
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Good set but most of the icons are very blurry and look poorly resized, This set would be amazing if they were nice and sharp.


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 Looks nice

 
 by Jus5 on: Jan 18 2008
 
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These icons are nice.


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