Dropbox Ubuntu Mono Dark icons

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My second set of icons for Dropbox >=0.8. These ones use the original Dropbox icon look, together with the new Ubuntu Mono Dark look.

Install by removing the contents of ~/.dropbox-dist/icons/ and placing the contents of the tarball therein.
Last changelog:

10 years ago

[li]Initial release[/li]

Fuchsiania

9 years ago

Only 0.8.x versions have /.dropbox-dist/icons. You'll need that.

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RUSirius

9 years ago

i didn't have that icons folder in /.dropbox-dist/icons

don't know where to put the icons...

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primusx86

10 years ago

nice icon pack. but when i unpack the icons in the folder you suggested nothing happens upon restarting dropbox. I still see the original icons in the notification area. plz help.

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hotice

10 years ago

See a fix here: http://www.webupd8.org/2010/05/latest-experimental-dropbox-adds.html

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nevon

10 years ago

That's probably because you didn't overwrite the original ones. If you go into ~/dropbox-dist/icons you'll see that the original ones are still there, and the new ones are called idle(1).png and such.

Either delete all the icons in the folder and re-extract the new ones into it, or rename the icons so that the new ones are just called idle.png, busy.png, x.png etc.

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hotice

10 years ago

No, it's a known bug for now. see here: http://www.webupd8.org/2010/05/latest-experimental-dropbox-adds.html

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Macht

10 years ago

thx a lot

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nevon

10 years ago

Huh. That's odd. I never had any problems with just replacing the icons and restarting dropbox.

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hotice

10 years ago

Restart your computer or log out and you'll see...

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nevon

10 years ago

Upon restarting it turns out I did have the same problem. Following the instructions you linked to (with some minor differences, since I'm not running the one from the repos) solved the problem.

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hotice

10 years ago

The "sleep" value I used might not work for everybody so I increased it (it depends on how fast things load and how many apps you set to start when you power your computer)...

Anyway, I'm glad it worked.

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nevon

10 years ago

Tried it now, and I didn't have a problem. Maybe it's because I uninstalled the old version of Dropbox.

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hotice

10 years ago

I'm not sure what's causing this, but it happens for me... and also I had some comments regarding this. Not only the new icons don't show up, but upon computer restart Dropbox doesn't even use the AppIndicator anymore :|

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Macht

10 years ago

I have the same problem!
Help me!

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primusx86

10 years ago

I updated the version to this one http://forums.dropbox.com/topic.php?id=19762&replies=81 and now the icons work perfect. :)

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10 years ago

[li]Initial release[/li]

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hotice
May 09 2010
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