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ICE icons

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GNOME Icon Theme

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Downloads:  11323
Submitted:  Jul 8 2008
Updated:  Apr 19 2009

Description:

A cool, simple and minimalist icon theme. This icon theme is based on the free and open source Lazer icons (http://gnome-look.org/content/show.php/Lazer?content=103143). The aim is to eventually match and replace all of the icons in the Gnome icon theme. Any help would be much appreciated.

This is my first attempt at an icon theme and has been steadily growing into a full blown set of icons. All of the icons are created using the fantastic Inkscape. Any feedback or comments are welcome. Enjoy!

DAZ

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ICE has had a BIG update with loads of new icons - see the changelog below and second screenshot on the left.

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Have you seen the ICE metacity theme?
http://gnome-look.org/content/show.php/ICE?content=87898
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This theme works best when the Clearlooks OSX theme is also installed.

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To install, download the file to desktop. Right click on desktop and select 'Change desktop background' then click on the 'Theme' tab and drag the downloaded file into this window.

Note - To use other icon themes too, press 'Ctrl' and 'h' to show hidden folders and open the .icons folder. In here there should be a folder called 'ice'. Inside this folder there should be a file called index.theme (it might not work by just double clicking on it - try opening text editor first and opening the file from within the text editor program). In this file there is a line near the top that reads like this:
Inherits=ClearlooksOSX

Just add whichever themes you want it to use after ICE in there.




Changelog:

v3.1 (19/04/09) - Added some new app icons for language preferences, nautilus CD burner, network tools, reboot notifier, gparted and bluetooth. Added 2 new device icons - SD card and webcam. Lots of other icons were updated and touched up.

v3.0 (14/04/09) - A big update! Only using scalable artwork to make the theme more manageable. Loads of new icons and lots of redesigned icons. New icons include: media icons (play,pause,rewind etc), mail icons (new message, reply, forward etc), devices (mouse, joypad, ipod etc), text formatting (center, select-all, bold etc), new wifi and battery status icons. There is also a new Ubuntu logo that is more 'icy'.

v2.1 (28/08.08) - initial release with folders. New icons for gtk-edit, volume control icons, desktop icon, new search icon. New bookmark icon for the Places menu....and a new icy Ubuntu logo (sorry to any non-ubuntu users). This is a test release with lots more work needed to be done on the folder icons.

v2.0 (10/8/08) - edit-clear, gtk-edit icons added to actions, scalable icons tweaked to scale better, zoom-best icon now working, new dialog icons (error, information, question, warning, password), new session icons (logout, lockscreen, hibernate, switch-user, suspend, restart, shutdown)

v1.4 (7/8/08) - Made the zoom in and out icons clearer at small sizes. Added object rotate and flip icons

v1.3 (16/7/08) - Added an icon for find-and-replace and updated the new-document icon

v1.2 (16/7/08) - New icons added for cut, copy, paste and list-remove

v1.1 (13/7/08 - A new name! ICE replaces Dazzl (thanks DanRabbit!). New icons for zoom-in, zoom-out, zoom-original and computer

v1.0 (8/7/08) - initial release












License:
MIT

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 nice

 
 by Servaas on: Jul 26 2008
 
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this really should become a full icon theme ... i already created some new icons for my panel


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 Re: nice

 
 by daz4126 on: Aug 11 2008
 
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I'd love this to be a full icon theme too. Certainly there is scope for different coloured versions also. I'm making icons as I think of them and as time allows, but any help that anybody can offer to make more icons would be most welcome.

cheers,

DAZ


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 very nice

 
 by schollidesign on: Aug 11 2008
 
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It's a good beginning for a new cool Icon-Theme. Step by step and then people can choose ;)


... feel the taste of schollidesign ;9
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 Re: very nice

 
 by daz4126 on: Aug 11 2008
 
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Thanks for the comment, but not sure what you mean about step-by-step and people being able to choose??

DAZ


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 Re: Re: very nice

 
 by schollidesign on: Aug 11 2008
 
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Sry for the quick comment. I meant that step by step it will/would crown... till to finishing it! ... And than people are able to choose what Iconset is better for their Theme. This I wanted to say ;)


... feel the taste of schollidesign ;9
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 Re: Re: Re: very nice

 
 by daz4126 on: Aug 11 2008
 
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Ah, yes that makes sense. Of course, choice is the main point of using linux and open-source. It would be nice if the way icon themes worked was more modular, so you could use one theme for the actions and another for the apps. This theme is much more focused on the gtk menu actions.

DAZ


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: very nice

 
 by schollidesign on: Aug 11 2008
 
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I see... but you think you are able to make Categorie, Apps, Device etc. -Icons in a Ice-look? It would be a lot of work and months of work if you are alone, but there would be a nice Icon-Theme for Linux. ... But you will know how far you wants to go ... :D


... feel the taste of schollidesign ;9
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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: very nice

 
 by daz4126 on: Aug 12 2008
 
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Yes, I see what you mean. I do keep getting new ideas. At the moment I'm working on folder icons, ubuntu logo, wireless, battery and volume icons.

I can see making a whole set taking a whole lot of time, but hopefully it will make a nice, complete theme. The fact that it is so simple and minimalist should mean that it doesn't look dated. There is also scope for making some derivatives in different colours ... how about a FIRE theme??


Any help from anybody would be greatly appreciated.

DAZ


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: very nice

 
 by polachok on: Aug 18 2008
 
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It would be nice to have a grey (white) version. Should fit better to my current theme.


Excuse me for my English

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 your theme...

 
 by Katie on: Aug 12 2008
 
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I like your icons, but I like too your theme (3rd screenshot). What is it? Where can I get that theme?


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 Re: your theme...

 
 by daz4126 on: Aug 12 2008
 
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Hi Katie,

The theme is an emerald theme that I made called Cloud 9, you can get it here:

http://gnome-look.org/content/show.php/Cloud+9?content=83590

That page also has the gtk settings and the colours used.

Hope that helps,

DAZ


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 Re: Re: your theme...

 
 by Katie on: Aug 13 2008
 
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I found out I have the Glossy theme. I've changed the settings and it seems that it works. I am not sure though whether I've change the correct lines or colors (I've changed only some of the colors in the very first line of the codes there). I'm a newbie indeed! Pls tell me which lines in the gtkrc file I'm going to change using the colors you've provided...


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 Re: Re: Re: your theme...

 
 by daz4126 on: Aug 13 2008
 
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Hi Katie,

You just need to right-click on the desktop, select 'change desktop background', then select the 'theme' tab and click on the 'customise' button at the bottom. Now click on the 'controls' tab and select 'Glossy', then click on the 'Colours' tab and choose the colours listed on the Cloud 9 page. Then click on the 'icons' tab and select ICE.

The only other thing you would need to do is to install the Cloud 9 emerald theme - have you got Emerald on your machine?

Hope that helps, let me know how you get on.

DAZ


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 Re: your theme...pls help

 
 by Katie on: Aug 14 2008
 
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Unfortunately in the Colors tab it says "The current controls theme does not support color schemes". I have other themes which I can customise the colors thru this tab, but this one (Glossy) everything is disabled in the Colors tab. What will I do then? BTW I'm using Ubuntu Hardy...


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 Re: Re: your theme...pls help

 
 by daz4126 on: Aug 15 2008
 
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Hi Katie, that's really weird because I'm running Hardy too and I can edit the colour schemes for Glossy. I'm not sure it's that important to use Glossy, try some of the other themes for controls and try to edit the colours so they are the same as the ones mentioned on the cloud 9 page.

Just one other thing - the folder icon in the screenshot won't appear in this theme - it is from an icon theme called Vista Inspirate (http://gnome-look.org/content/show.php/Vista-Inspirate?content=28352).

Hope that helps, keep asking if you need any more help,

DAZ


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 logout icon

 
 by tneo on: Oct 13 2008
 
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Great theme, especially with some black GTK theme. :)
Under OpenSUSE 11 in the menu, the log-out button is huge, how can I change this to the regular size?


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 Re: logout icon

 
 by daz4126 on: Apr 15 2009
 
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Sorry for the delay in replying.

All the icons should now be scalable. Is this still a problem?

DAZ


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 Exactly what I want.. !

 
 by kamathln on: Jan 29 2009
 
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I was modding a flat theme to make it dark blue. And was searching for a compatible icon theme. But I did not expect something perfect like this :-)


kool-look
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 Re: Exactly what I want.. !

 
 by daz4126 on: Apr 15 2009
 
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Thanks for the kind feedback. I'm glad the ICE theme fits into what you want. Hopefully with the new icons, it fits even better - let me know if there are any other icons in particular that you want to see.

cheers,

DAZ


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 MIT -> GPL

 
 by switzak on: Apr 16 2009
 
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I like your icons, they look really good. In fact I would like to use some of them in my own icon-set, so I tough I I'd check with you if it's all right.

Note that my icon-set is licensed under GPL. Is that a problem since you have another license? Wikipedia said that MIT was GPL compatible but I don't know if that means I can publish your work under GPL.


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 Re: MIT -> GPL

 
 by daz4126 on: Apr 17 2009
 
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Thanks for the kind words. I'm thrilled that you'd want to use some of them in your icon theme - feel free to do so, and modify anything that you need to.

I'm not a licensing expert, but I'm pretty sure MIT means you can use it in any of your own projects. Anyway, take this as my permission granted.

It would be nice to see your updated icons.

cheers,

DAZ


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 Re: Re: MIT -> GPL

 
 by switzak on: Apr 20 2009
 
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Thanks for the permission. =)


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