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GNOME-colors

   5.5.1  

GNOME Icon Theme

Score 78%
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Downloads:  395988
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)
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 future

 
 by 6205 on: Aug 7 2009
 
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If i may ask you, what are next steps in evolution of these icons? It would be nice if they would be now slightly more glossy, like some aspects of oxygen/human icons, but still loking same as now.


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 Re: future

 
 by perfectska04 on: Aug 7 2009
 
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The icons are based and depend on GNOME/Tango, so there'll never be any type of gloss included for consistency's sake.

If the icons were based on Human or Oxygen, then yes - everything would be glossy, but they're entirely designed to complement gnome-icon-theme, so they won't break away from that design.


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 Re: Re: future

 
 by 6205 on: Aug 7 2009
 
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mmm... i agree... where gnome and tango failed, you have succeeded with most complete, consistant and beautiful icons :)

i was thinking on more something like Mango or Tango refresh by Jimmac, adding to these icons some aspects of glossynes and increase details on all sizes, but keeping consistency and sharpnes.. i dunno, maybe i don't know what i want :)


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 Re: Re: Re: future

 
 by jesterthejedi on: Aug 29 2009
 
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Your trash bins are in the glossy style.
Source:http://people.freedesktop.org/~jimmac/icons/#git


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: future

 
 by jesterthejedi on: Aug 29 2009
 
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easier to find on here:http://jimmac.musichall.cz/i.php?i=git3


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: future

 
 by perfectska04 on: Aug 29 2009
 
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The trash bins are not really glossy, they're still using Tango/GNOME guidelines - the shine is there because they are metallic objects. They're only minorly modified from the new ones in gnome-icon-theme, so there's no inconsistency with the other icons.


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 src for gnome-colors-common

 
 by foodstamp on: Aug 8 2009
 
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Love this set. My default for all machines.

But I am having a difficult time locating the source files for the gnome-colors-common set.

Are these available anywhere?

I am building my personal set using the source files for gnome-colors but the source for gnome-colors-common would be very useful to me.


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 Re: src for gnome-colors-common

 
 by perfectska04 on: Aug 8 2009
 
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The source files for gnome-colors-common are the .SVG files that are shipped in the "scalable" folder themselves. There's always a scalable version of every icon.

For the smaller sizes - in the case of most icons, the sources or source objects can be gotten directly from gnome-icon-theme/tango's git repositories. The following is particularly helpful:
http://git.gnome.org/cgit/gnome-icon-theme/tree/src?h=one-canvas

For some icons's smaller sizes, there are no direct sources, as often, the simpler icons are just two gnome-icon-theme objects overlayed.

tl;dr: There's no source pack in particular for "gnome-colors-common". The sources are both the scalable icons that are shipped, as well as those provided in the repositories for gnome/tango and the tango artists whose gpl icons are featured in the set.

If the small-size sources you want are from an original gnome-colors icon (not gnome/tango or already included in the source pack) just send me an e-mail and I'll send you what I have.


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 Citrus cursor theme

 
 by hitmansnightmare on: Aug 10 2009
 
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Using the Citrus cursor themes (orange and lime to be precise) really makes human and wise respectively look much better.

Just a tip for users.


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 Netbeans icon

 
 by dataking on: Aug 15 2009
 
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First of all, thanks for providing such a beautifull icon set, I'm extremely pleased with the steady stream of improvements.

Like many others, I have a request for a missing icon - I use Netbeans a lot and I have been hunting high and low for a scalable Netbeans icon (should be easy to do, its basically a 3D cube), but to no avail. So, naturally I think it would be a great addition to gnome-colors!!

NB: theres a high resolution .png and .icns file included with netbeans 6.5 and 6.7 which may serve as inspiration. Can't get gnome-do to use those however :-/

Cheers
Per


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 Re: Netbeans icon

 
 by perfectska04 on: Aug 29 2009
 
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I'm currently busy with college at the moment, but if you post in the "sticky" bug report of the google code page I'll keep it in mind once I have the time again.


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 Rainbow

 
 by Pocio on: Aug 29 2009
 
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Have you ever think about create a "rainbow set of icons, with the folder composed of 2 or 3 different colors?

Is it possible to do?


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 Re: Rainbow

 
 by cypherpunk on: Aug 31 2009
 
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You can do this yourself .. just download the source and follow perfectska04's excellent instructions.


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 Re: Re: Rainbow

 
 by bdrung on: Aug 31 2009
 
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... and share your config theme file, if you created something cool looking.


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 "Old" Firefox Icons

 
 by Sciron on: Sep 9 2009
 
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Hey,

I reinstalled my system and therefore downloaded Gnome-Colors again.

But strangely the Firefox icons included in the Extras package are looking quite official. Is there any way to access the "old", more tango-looking icons for Firefox?

That being said I want to thank you very much for your efforts concerning your Colors-Series.

I love them all. :)


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 Re: "Old" Firefox Icons

 
 by nate8nate on: Sep 9 2009
 
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They were removed due to licensing issues. You can go to the Google code page and download an older version if you want them.


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