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I made Nocturn start icon for Ubuntu, Debian, Suse, Gentoo and Tux:)

I recommend to use the icons with Nocturn Project GTK Theme


Last changelog:

13 years ago

Version 1.6: Add Tux start Icon.
Version 1.5: Delete Fedora Icon, Add Gentoo and Suse icon.
Version 1.4: Add icons for Debian and Fedora.
Version 1.3: Resized the Image.
Version 1.2: More wide :P
Version 1.1: The image has become more wide

CommieTechie

12 years ago

you can add a "start button" with a little effort

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first off you have to have a "main menu" utility on your panel. just right click and click add to panel. make sure its a "main menu" and not a "menu bar"

open a terminal

type $gconf-editor

navigate apps > panel > objects

find whichever object is the "menu-object" (if you have a lot on your panel it might take a little bit of sifting)

check "use_custom_icon"

under "custom_icon" add the path to the image you want to use.


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ta-da!




very nice icons btw.

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MikeMeilleur

12 years ago

Sorry...but there is no "Start icon" neither "Start Button" on my Debian.

Start Icon is for Windows (click start to stop)

Anyway, they are nice. ;-)

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RafaSant

12 years ago

Very very nice Theme and Icons.

But cannt find a way install the StartIcon ?

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zoog

13 years ago

Nice icon set.

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freeiconsweb

13 years ago

Nice icons

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philwil

13 years ago

how do you change the main menu icon?

thanks

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agentdunken

13 years ago

Sweet! Thanks man. Goes good with a vitish theme :p

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agentdunken

13 years ago

I was wondering.. Could you make one that has tux on it? One for all distros could use? I use Gentoo myself, but prefer to have tux instead lol.

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InnerMoon

13 years ago

Done... :) I hope that you like it.

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InnerMoon

13 years ago

I do it :)

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khamsin

13 years ago

I think it looks cool, 2 thumbs up :)

One question: how do you get your open apps into that format (one on top of the other)?

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InnerMoon

13 years ago

Hello, thanks :)

To do that, you must make:

Right click in your Panel, then clic into properties, so in size options (pixels)
increase that to 36 or higher and that is all.

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InnerMoon

13 years ago

Uhh, I never think that my creations will be so Ugly.... :'(

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kaha

13 years ago

It's not ugly at all, man.
In fact, it's a very well done piece of work. Don't take the voting personally; I think lots of people automatically vote down anything that suggests a different OS.
Thanks for making the icon. :)

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13 years ago

Version 1.6: Add Tux start Icon.
Version 1.5: Delete Fedora Icon, Add Gentoo and Suse icon.
Version 1.4: Add icons for Debian and Fedora.
Version 1.3: Resized the Image.
Version 1.2: More wide :P
Version 1.1: The image has become more wide

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