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GNOME Icon Theme

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Downloads:  405651
Submitted:  Jun 4 2008
Updated:  Sep 25 2009


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:

* 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.


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.

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)
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 Gnome Foot

 by Pocio on: Jul 17 2009
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Hi my friend, you are a great, great artist and I don't know how to thank you for your awesome work...

I also have a request...can you do a Gnome Foot in "Gnome Color Style" and share it to allow me to replace the default start here logo in your icon set? Human color, of course...
I like the Gnome Foot...but I can't find one that match with this great icon theme...
Only if you have time, obviously...

Thanks man!!!

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 Re: Gnome Foot

 by perfectska04 on: Jul 17 2009
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The next version will have an install-unbranded option, so if you use that, the gnome-colors logo will not be installed and the theme will just inherit Ubuntu or whatever other distro branding you may prefer.

As for the GNOME foot - you can just do the following command (you need GIT)

git clone git://git.gnome.org/gnome-icon-theme

Then just browse to ~/gnome-icon-theme/ICONSIZE/places and you should be able to change the start-here.svg GNOME foot to any color you want with Inkscape. Just click on a dark shape - click on an orange color in the color toolbar and you're done, click File > Export and you'll get PNG versions. Then you can use them for any icon theme as your start-here icon.

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 Having fun

 by cypherpunk on: Jul 20 2009
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Oh man making your own icon colour theme can be really fun !! I love inputing a bunch of random colours and then laughing at the result .. I created some really ugly ones and ones that looked quite good !!

Here is a site which generates some 4 colour pallets you can use:


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 Re: Having fun

 by perfectska04 on: Jul 20 2009
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Thanks for the site, it's really easy to get a 4-color palette from it!

Another way to have fun with colors is to install "agave", which is a great color scheme designer.

Although I do agree, while some colors palettes look great - some make the icons look like they came out from a george romero film. Either way, the version in SVN now allows for mix-n-match, so you can specify multiple palettes for different types of icons.

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 gnome colors on debian sid

 by tsolar on: Jul 21 2009
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apt-get install gnome-colors shiki-colors :D

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 dark theme

 by Enzo01 on: Jul 24 2009
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I think, will be nice to make and black or dark gray theme :)

I should have copy and pasted the truth.
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 Re: dark theme

 by perfectska04 on: Jul 24 2009
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You can already have it. Just download the source pack and make a theme file with the desired color palette!

For next release, an "extras" package will probably have "gnome-tribute" as well as industrial/aluminium and dark variations. You can wait until then, if you don't feel comfortable building it yourself from the sources - but they won't be part of the main set or have shiki/arc to match.

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 Open Office Toolbar Icons

 by kpkeerthi on: Jul 26 2009
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Do you have plans to add icons for Ooo (not the icons for the launchers; toolbars')? :)

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 Re: Open Office Toolbar Icons

 by perfectska04 on: Jul 26 2009
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Theming openoffice is not done from an icon theme, but from the app itself.

If someone wants to make one, feel free!

I personally think it's better to urge openoffice devs to do away with their icon themes, and use as many icons from the current icon set as possible.

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 Programs in need of icons

 by cypherpunk on: Jul 26 2009
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Can we suggest programs in need of icons?

If so, heres some:


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 Re: Programs in need of icons

 by perfectska04 on: Jul 27 2009
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There's a sticky bug report in the google code page for icon suggestions.

I won't add icons for applications that already supply theirs in all sizes (leafpad) or KDE applications (k3b) since it's redundant, but if the application does not fall in the above categories and can be themed (i.e. it'll actually use a custom icon) I'll take a look.

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