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Titanium

   pre-release 1  

GNOME Icon Theme

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Titanium
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Link:  http://
Downloads:  33148
Submitted:  Feb 10 2008
Updated:  Apr 18 2008

Description:

It is just a first pre-release (name it a DRAFT).
(Why a 7z file? Because it's best than zip and rar and that's the only good alien format accepted at Debiant Art... the file is too big to be here)

Install:
1.) Open a terminal and go to the directory where you have downloaded the file. i.e. cd Desktop/Downloads.
2.) Install p7zip and issue 7z x Titanium_Icon_Theme_PRE1_by_code933k.7z; mv Titanium $HOME/.icons
3.) Enjoy.

If you can't install by normal means it'll be soon in the conventional format (for dropping into the theme manager).

The sources are included for learning. The License states clearly that no changes should be made publicly available as in "someone adds an Ubuntu icon or some MAC icons and releases the theme under another name...".
Intelligent comments are ever welcome.

The final release is planned for Jan 2009, though, with some soponsorship Titanum could become completely available and complete in a couple of months.

LICENSE:
http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/3.0/
Copyright (C) 2008 Mario García H.

NOTES:
Breaks consciously a naive lecture of Gnome HIG 9.2.3
http://library.gnome.org/devel/hig-book/stable/icons-design.html.en#icon_design_silhouettes




Changelog:

PRE-1)
  • Lacking stock conversion (doesn't work with svg themes...)

  • A lot of app icons still missing

  • Various aestetic changes still to-do





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     major lol

     
     by islington on: Apr 18 2008
     
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    lol @ pron folder.

    good on ya mate.


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     Re: major lol

     
     by code933k on: Apr 18 2008
     
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    Ha, ha, ha! You got it. It's my wallpaper's folder. However, I did think it should be a standard pr0n folder in any OS !! ;)


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     thanks

     
     by dartagnan on: Apr 19 2008
     
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    much beautiful


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     Re: thanks

     
     by code933k on: Apr 19 2008
     
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    Ha! you liked it!


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     great

     
     by Newmooon on: Apr 19 2008
     
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    I've checked it . Great work.
    The only problem that SVG may have is that they render a bit slowly on old processors. So png could wait :)

    Really great.


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     Re: great

     
     by code933k on: Apr 19 2008
     
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    I am very glad to see that comments from a person who knows how much work an icon theme requires.

    As for the speed, well, that's not entirely true for this theme... If you measure speed (with this theme you'll see various things:

    1.) The size of this SVGs tends to be 2x to 4x smaller than a PNG file so that it's read more quickly from the disk (which is the bottleneck of speed).

    2.) Currently libsvg works pretty faster than before. It's pretty mature as well.

    3.) This design is very simple and has few colors per-sample, therefore it should be rendered faster than other default SVG themes.

    I mean, the general assumptions aren't true in this specific case. Please tell me what you think if you can measure something different.

    May the force be with you ;)


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     icon in svg format

     
     by palban83 on: Apr 19 2008
     
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    Why i cant see icons in svg format?


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     Re: icon in svg form

     
     by code933k on: Apr 19 2008
     
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    I don't know, I can't check your computer and you don't tell what's happening :)

    What version of Gnome(/any other...) are you using? What distro?

    * Check out wheter you have librsvg and libsvg installed, libsvg-cairo could work too.

    * You can't see most of them directly. Just when they are rendered from a program.

    * Be sure firstly there's a correct install. Your icons should be in $HOME/.icons/Titanium/

    That's my advice.


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     Re: Re: icon in svg

     
     by palban83 on: Apr 20 2008
     
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    i had installed all u said, but more icons not work on my gnome.

    Info:
    - distro: Gentoo
    - Gnome: 2.20.3

    all libs u said there are on my laptop


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     Re: Re: Re: icon in

     
     by code933k on: Apr 20 2008
     
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    Mhh... If you meant -not working at all- and you checked out whether they were decompressed in /home/you/.icons/Titanium my only advice is checking if one of your gnome libraries wasn't compiled with the svg use flag

    Again, if you meant -not working at all- I am clueless as I used gnome 2.20 in my Gentoo meanwhile I created the theme. I do use now Gnome 2.22 and it's working as it's supposed.

    Your case is really weird I must say. Good luck :(


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     Very good job

     
     by dirku2000 on: Apr 21 2008
     
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    Great work. Waiting for comming versions. :-)


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     Re: Very good job

     
     by code933k on: Apr 22 2008
     
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    Many thanks man!! By the way, have you checked out your graphic into the PNG files?


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     Re: Re: Very good jo

     
     by dirku2000 on: Apr 22 2008
     
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    No. Where can I do that? The extracted files are 21.6MB but it seems to be that are not every icon is in place.
    Is it intended?


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     Re: Re: Re: Very goo

     
     by code933k on: Apr 22 2008
     
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    The file manager (nautilus, thunar, pac...) should have thumbnails turned off :p

    PS:// You can't see most icons directly because those are compressed SVGs so the library can show them but the thumbnailer extension can't.


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     Re: Re: Re: Re: Very

     
     by dirku2000 on: Apr 22 2008
     
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    Do I have to extract them or are they compressed with intention?
    If not, how do extract svgz files?


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     by code933k on: Apr 22 2008
     
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    Of course they are compressed -intentionally- to reduce disk reading and memory loading speed.

    I never saw something like this before but the advantage is avoiding bottlenecks a little. You should open up a console and decompress the downloaded archive to ~/.icons like this:

    7z x Titanum-PRE-1.7z; mv Titanium $HOME/.icons
    You don't need to do anything else.

    Cheers.


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     Re: Re: Re: Very goo

     
     by code933k on: Apr 22 2008
     
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    The file manager (nautilus, thunar, pac...) should have thumbnails turned off :p

    PS:// You can't see most icons directly because those are compressed SVGs so the library can show them but the thumbnailer extension can't.


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     still good but....

     
     by finuda on: Apr 23 2008
     
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    Hi,
    Installed and looks very cool but I'm miss all (I mean ALL!) icons in evolution mail client. No new mail, replay forward...etc icons. Even mail folder icons are missing....

    Work in progress, bug or what?


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     Re: still good but..

     
     by code933k on: Apr 24 2008
     
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    Thank you very much for your comments, I'll really check this out [...]

    By the way, can you please tell me what's your distro and Gnome version?

    Of course, it is still work in progress ;)


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