-
 KDE-Apps.org Applications for the KDE-Desktop 
 GTK-Apps.org Applications using the GTK Toolkit 
 GnomeFiles.org Applications for GNOME 
 MeeGo-Central.org Applications for MeeGo 
 CLI-Apps.org Command Line Applications 
 Qt-Apps.org Free Qt Applications 
 Qt-Prop.org Proprietary Qt Applications 
 Maemo-Apps.org Applications for the Maemo Plattform 
 Java-Apps.org Free Java Applications 
 eyeOS-Apps.org Free eyeOS Applications 
 Wine-Apps.org Wine Applications 
 Server-Apps.org Server Applications 
 apps.ownCloud.com ownCloud Applications 
--
-
 KDE-Look.org Artwork for the KDE-Desktop 
 GNOME-Look.org Artwork for the GNOME-Desktop 
 Xfce-Look.org Artwork for the Xfce-Desktop 
 Box-Look.org Artwork for your Windowmanager 
 E17-Stuff.org Artwork for Enlightenment 
 Beryl-Themes.org Artwork for the Beryl Windowmanager 
 Compiz-Themes.org Artwork for the Compiz Windowmanager 
 EDE-Look.org Themes for your EDE Desktop 
--
-
 Debian-Art.org Stuff for Debian 
 Gentoo-Art.org Artwork for Gentoo Linux 
 SUSE-Art.org Artwork for openSUSE 
 Ubuntu-Art.org Artwork for Ubuntu 
 Kubuntu-Art.org Artwork for Kubuntu 
 LinuxMint-Art.org Artwork for Linux Mint 
 Arch-Stuff.org Art And Stuff for Arch Linux 
 Frugalware-Art.org Themes for Frugalware 
 Fedora-Art.org Artwork for Fedora Linux 
 Mandriva-Art.org Artwork for Mandriva Linux 
--
-
 KDE-Files.org Files for KDE Applications 
 OpenTemplate.org Documents for OpenOffice.org
 GIMPStuff.org Files for GIMP
 InkscapeStuff.org Files for Inkscape
 ScribusStuff.org Files for Scribus
 BlenderStuff.org Textures and Objects for Blender
 VLC-Addons.org Themes and Extensions for VLC
--
-
 KDE-Help.org Support for your KDE Desktop 
 GNOME-Help.org Support for your GNOME Desktop 
 Xfce-Help.org Support for your Xfce Desktop 
--
openDesktop.orgopenDesktop.org:   Applications   Artwork   Linux Distributions   Documents    LinuxDaily.com    Linux42.org    OpenSkillz.com   
 
Artwork
News
Groups
Knowledge
Events
Forum
People
Jobs
Register
Login


Sponsoring


-
- Content .- Fans (134) . 

GNOME-colors

   5.5.1  

GNOME Icon Theme

Score 78%
GNOME-colors
zoom


GNOME-colors
zoom


GNOME-colors
zoom


Downloads:  393417
Submitted:  Jun 4 2008
Updated:  Sep 25 2009

Description:

This is an extensive set of icon themes based on GNOME and Tango, with some inspiration from Human, Tango Generator, Elementary, and other open source projects. The project's goal is to integrate closely with gnome-icon-theme, while greatly expanding its available icons and allowing users to choose from 7 completely different and unique color schemes. With the additional source pack, an unlimited number of complete color variations can be rebuilt from source.

The icons and their color schemes are designed to complement my Shiki-Colors GTK Themes and their additional artwork.

There are 7 color variations: Brave (Blue), Wise (Green), Human (Orange), Noble (Purple), Wine (Red), Dust (Chocolate) and Illustrious (Pink).

GNOME-Colors consistently themes 99% of default icons + 1000's more in almost every popular linux distribution. Every single icon included in the set is drawn perfectly at each and all sizes, so you will never have to see a blurry icon ever again!

Important, must read or clowns will eat you:
* To install, drag and drop the .tar.gz file into GNOME's Appearance Preferences, or extract it and copy the gnome-* folders to /usr/share/icons as administrator (i.e. sudo nautilus /usr/share/icons in Ubuntu). The gnome-colors-common folder is a required dependency. You MUST install it in order for all the icon sets to work correctly.

* You may alternately use the included Makefile for system-wide installation, just type make install as administrator or make user-install for per-user installation. For more options, type make help.

* You may want to install the 'extras-gnome-colors' package for extra icon themes (Liferea, Comix, Exaile, etc.) by following the instructions in the readme.

* If you installed the icons through the appearance preferences, for the icons to theme root/admin applications in Ubuntu, you must type in a terminal:
sudo ln -s ~/.icons /root

* In Ubuntu, you can use the official PPA repository for easy installation and upgrades. For Ubuntu Karmic Koala, you can simply run apt-get install gnome-colors to install from Ubuntu's universe repositories. The packages are also available in Debian Sid.

* Visit the GNOME-Colors project page for bug reports, feature requests, SVN and more downloads:
http://code.google.com/p/gnome-colors/

* Consider donating a small amount to the GNOME-Colors project if you wish to support it, or to show your appreciation. You can do so by clicking on the "donate" button next to the download section.




Changelog:

GNOME-Colors depends on the package "gnome-icon-theme". If you don't use GNOME, make sure you have it!

5.5.1 (2009-10-28)
* Add icons for Empathy.
* Add better support for Ubuntu Karmic's panel applets.
* Minor updates and clean-ups on some icons.

5.5 (2009-09-25)
* New, redesigned folders!
* Add folder-xdg icons for Karmic/GNOME 2.28.
* Add some new icons/update others for better Karmic support.
* Minor bugfixes.

It's very recommended to remove any existing version before upgrading!

You MUST install "gnome-colors-common" as well! otherwise you'll have a broken icon set and clowns will eat you.



License:
GNOME/GNOME-Colors icons are GPL-2.
Please read "AUTHORS" and "COPYING" files for more detailed information.


(GNOME-Colors Icon sets (4.5 MB)
(Extra GNOME-Colors variations (2 icon sets)
(Source pack (Easy, automated custom theme creation)
(Extra icons for GNOME-Colors (icons, app themes)
(Shiki-Colors GTK themes)
(Arc-Colors GDM/Wallpapers)
Ubuntu(Official PPA Repository)
Donate
Send to a friend
Subscribe
Other  Artwork  from perfectska04
Report inappropriate content



goto page: prev  ... 12  13  14  15  16  17  18  19  20  21  22  23  24  25  26  27 ...

-

 Awesomeful

 
 by jaminthorns on: Mar 19 2009
 
Score 50%

I love the new menu icon, but the disk manager still has the old one. The usplash looks great, too. I really think you should make it.


Reply to this

-

 Re: Awesomeful

 
 by perfectska04 on: Mar 19 2009
 
Score 50%

Thanks for the tip, I had totally forgotten about that icon.

As for the Usplash, I will make it for Jaunty. Apparently, with the new Usplash you don't have to draw 20 different themes for each resolution, since you can just set pixmap locations. That would allow me to have to do only 10% of the work it would normally take, and support more resolutions.


Reply to this

-

 Re: Re: Awesomeful

 
 by jaminthorns on: Mar 19 2009
 
Score 50%

Finally, my boot splash won't be all stretched out!


Reply to this

-

 Make separate files for icons.

 
 by vs8 on: Mar 19 2009
 
Score 50%

Instead of making a file with 5 color schemes, upload every color as a separate file. For example, I only use the Human color scheme, but I'm forced to download the rest of the color schemes even if I won't use them. My connection is fast and I don't have too much to download the file, but there is people with slower connections that have to wait too long.

You could also make a file with everything and separate files as an option.

Thank you.


Reply to this

-

 Re: Make separate files for icons.

 
 by perfectska04 on: Mar 19 2009
 
Score 50%

It's a good idea, but the drawback is having to find fast, reliable hosting.

Deviantart is the fastest host that allows for direct downloads (I get about 2.0 MB/sec), but you can only host one file.

Also, separating the files will create a time lag for uploading. I do many minor updates to improve compatibility with newer distros or applications, and having to upload 6 files is time consuming, as I have a very slow upload speed (about 20KB/sec). Because of that, there would be files that are up to date and others that I wouldn't have gotten around to upload yet.


Reply to this

-

 Re: Make separate files for icons.

 
 by perfectska04 on: Mar 21 2009
 
Score 50%

I've been informed that there is an unofficial PPA archive for Ubuntu that has all the icon sets separately as .deb files. Perhaps this can help Ubuntu users or people who just want the one color set.

https://launchpad.net/~pnutzh4x0r/+archive/ppa


Reply to this

-

 Such a pity ...

 
 by cypherpunk on: Mar 20 2009
 
Score 50%

Its such a pity that they continued using the boring Human icon theme in Jaunty when they could be using a bright modern good looking icon theme that is Gnome-Colors ... Gnome-Colors brings the desktop to life !!!

The only thing left to do is the device icons so when you plug in a USB stick it has a USB emblem on the drive.


Reply to this

-

 Re: Such a pity ...

 
 by perfectska04 on: Mar 20 2009
 
Score 50%

I can think of a few reasons why it won't ever be considered:

-The color scheme may be too vibrant/tango or not their palette.
-Gnome-Colors has too many icons. Distributions may prefer to leave all the application icons to the applications themselves. For example, I hear the mozilla guys hate it when their icons are replaced/themed.
-Canonical has already hired professional artists for new artwork, so they'll just stick to Human until that's done.

There are however, a few distros that will use gnome-colors by default, the most notable ones are:
-Easy-Peasy 1.1 (for netbooks)
-Sabayon 4.1 (GNOME version)

Also, the Xubuntu devs have talked about including gnome-brave for the past two releases in their mailing-list, and you can see the icons in their artwork wiki page.. Wether they get packaged or not, that's another thing.


Reply to this

-

 Re: Re: Such a pity ...

 
 by bennyboyo on: Mar 21 2009
 
Score 50%

Arrived in Xubuntu Jaunty yesterday.

Very nice icons they are, too.


Reply to this

-

 Re: Re: Re: Such a pity ...

 
 by perfectska04 on: Mar 21 2009
 
Score 50%

Wow, sounds great!


Reply to this

-

 Re: Re: Re: Such a pity ...

 
 by perfectska04 on: Mar 21 2009
 
Score 50%

I just downloaded the latest daily build of Xubuntu Jaunty and I gotta say... I'm impressed. Not only the icons, but the artwork in general, wallpapers and GDM theme are all great. They should put the Xubuntu team in charge of the mainstream GNOME release.


Reply to this

-

 Re: Re: Re: Re: Such a pity ...

 
 by bennyboyo on: Mar 22 2009
 
Score 50%

I know this is hardly the place, but if you ask me, XFCE is better window manager full stop.

;-)


Reply to this

-

 Good work with the newcolor ;)

 
 by Algimene on: Mar 20 2009
 
Score 50%

Good work... but if there's no pink theme you'll have to modify the logo!!! Hehehehehe! XD


Reply to this

-

 Re: Good work with the newcolor ;)

 
 by perfectska04 on: Mar 20 2009
 
Score 50%

haha, well... Pink in 2010!


Reply to this

-

 Re: Re: Good work with the newcolor ;)

 
 by Algimene on: Mar 20 2009
 
Score 50%

I'd prefer you'll concentrate on a new theme instead =P

And then... oh! c'mon! PINK!!! XD

I think just some girl or "girlish" guy would use it =P

It doesn't worth the hard work =P


Reply to this

-

 Re: Re: Good work with the newcolor ;)

 
 by Algimene on: Mar 20 2009
 
Score 50%

I'd prefer you'll concentrate on a new theme instead =P

And then... oh! c'mon! PINK!!! XD

I think just some girl or "girlish" guy would use it =P

It doesn't worth the hard work =P


Reply to this

-

 Re: Re: Re: Good work with the newcolor ;)

 
 by perfectska04 on: Mar 20 2009
 
Score 50%

Lol, yeah, but still... If I do make a pink version it'll probably be for christmas or next year, so there's no hurry or pressure from it that would stop me from creating new themes.

Also, contrary to popular belief, there ARE girls who use linux. The point of the project is to allow everyone to get their desktop aligned with their favorite color, so Pink shouldn't be dismissed so easily.

Meanwhile, Purple should be close enough until then.


Reply to this

-

 Help!

 
 by KDragoonJ on: Mar 20 2009
 
Score 50%

awesome work!

but can't remove previous version for the installation :( ...tried and icons shrinked (desktop and others)


Reply to this

-

 Re: Help!

 
 by perfectska04 on: Mar 20 2009
 
Score 50%

Try deleting the actual folders in ./icons or /usr/share/icons.

If you're using one of the themes while deleting them, Icons will srink or revert back to GNOME until you've properly installed the new version.

The recommended step for upgrading is:
1. Switch to GNOME icon theme or any other.
2. Delete folders manually (Appearance Preferences stinks for upgrading icons/themes)
3. Extract the packages, and copy the resulting folders to either ./icons or /usr/share/icons as administrator.
4. Select the desired icon theme in appearance preferences.


Reply to this

-

 Re: Re: Help!

 
 by KDragoonJ on: Mar 20 2009
 
Score 50%

sweet it worked thanks alot!


Reply to this

-

 Great!

 
 by Liquen on: Mar 21 2009
 
Score 50%

Thank you a lot for your great work. Could you consider making icons for gtk-gnutella (you can base your work in http://www.gnome-look.org/content/show.php/GTK-Gnutella+icons?content=94477) and KeePassX (www.keepassx.org)? The default ones are very ugly. :}


Reply to this

-

 Re: Great!

 
 by perfectska04 on: Mar 30 2009
 
Score 50%

Can you add this request to the google code page? I don't have the time to work on it right now, but if it's in the google code issues, I'll be able to remember this for the future.


Reply to this

goto page: prev  ... 12  13  14  15  16  17  18  19  20  21  22  23  24  25  26  27 ...

Add commentBack






-
 
 
 Who we are
Contact
More about us
Frequently Asked Questions
Register
Twitter
Blog
Explore
Artwork
Jobs
Knowledge
Events
People
Updates on identi.ca
Updates on Twitter
Facebook App
Content RSS   
Events RSS   

Participate
Groups
Forum
Add Artwork
Public API
About GNOME-Look.org
Legal Notice
Spreadshirt Shop
CafePress Shop
Advertising
Sponsor us
Report Abuse
 

Copyright 2003-2014 GNOME-Look.org Team  
All rights reserved. GNOME-Look.org is not liable for any content or goods on this site.
All contributors are responsible for the lawfulness of their uploads.
GNOME and the foot logo are trademarks of the GNOME Foundation.