iKons 0.6 for KDE2/3

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Description:

iKons is a hi-color icon theme for both KDE2 and KDE3.
It contains 16x16 icons, 22x22 icons, 32x32 icons, 48x48 icons and 64x64 icons for KDE, a KDE icon theme that can be used with the Control Center, as well as a README file that tells you how to install and alter this icon theme. This release also features some icons in development.
Last changelog:

18 years ago

iKons 0.5.7:
* new 32x32 icon for Kcontrol
* new 32x32 and 48x48 icons for Kdesktop
* new 16x16 and 22x22 icons for 'stop'

iKons 0.5.8
* new 32x32 and 48x48 'open folder' icons in different colors

iKons 0.5.9
* improved 32x32 hardware icons
* new scanner and zipdrive icons
* improved 22x22 folder_open en folder_new icon
* various consistency improvements

iKons 0.6 RC1
* more 3D folder icons
* some new 16x16 icons
* various improvements

iKons 0.6
* added 16x16 grey folder icon
* new 48x48 Kcontrol icon
* various improvements

Note: iKons 0.6 is going to be included in KDE 3.0. The deadline for artwork is 2.3.2002 (Saturday) at 13:00 UT ... so if you have any wishes left for iKons 0.6: this is your last chance to get them in iKons 0.6 for KDE 3.

ButchZ

8 years ago

Quote:We don't like Ubuntu-only stuff
....only 17

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obiwankenobi

8 years ago

I was using ubuntu for a while as well, and there are many things I like about it (except "political" stuff). One of theme are the original themes, or part of them.

One problem with ubuntu-only gnome themes here is that they often inherit a lot from the original ubuntu themes - so they are not very useful for non-ubuntu folks. You have to search around for non-modified original themes, and they are often incomplete. Would be great if someone could post them here.

Right now I want thunderbird to look like it does in ubuntu, with all those monochrome icons. Any idea how to do that?

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obiwankenobi

8 years ago

I was using ubuntu for a while as well, and there are many things I like about it (except "political" stuff). One of theme are the original themes, or part of them.

One problem with ubuntu-only gnome themes here is that they often inherit a lot from the original ubuntu themes - so they are not very useful for non-ubuntu folks. You have to search around for non-modified original themes, and they are often incomplete. Would be great if someone could post them here.

Right now I want thunderbird to look like it does in ubuntu, with all those monochrome icons. Any idea how to do that?

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obiwankenobi

8 years ago

I was using ubuntu for a while as well, and there are many things I like about it (except "political" stuff). One of theme are the original themes, or part of them.

One problem with ubuntu-only gnome themes here is that they often inherit a lot from the original ubuntu themes - so they are not very useful for non-ubuntu folks. You have to search around for non-modified original themes, and they are often incomplete. Would be great if someone could post them here.

Right now I want thunderbird to look like it does in ubuntu, with all those monochrome icons. Any idea how to do that?

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obiwankenobi

8 years ago

I was using ubuntu for a while as well, and there are many things I like about it (except "political" stuff). One of theme are the original themes, or part of them.

One problem with ubuntu-only gnome themes here is that they often inherit a lot from the original ubuntu themes - so they are not very useful for non-ubuntu folks. You have to search around for non-modified original themes, and they are often incomplete. Would be great if someone could post them here.

Right now I want thunderbird to look like it does in ubuntu, with all those monochrome icons. Any idea how to do that?

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obiwankenobi

8 years ago

I was using ubuntu for a while as well, and there are many things I like about it (except "political" stuff). One of theme are the original themes, or part of them.

One problem with ubuntu-only gnome themes here is that they often inherit a lot from the original ubuntu themes - so they are not very useful for non-ubuntu folks. You have to search around for non-modified original themes, and they are often incomplete. Would be great if someone could post them here.

Right now I want thunderbird to look like it does in ubuntu, with all those monochrome icons. Any idea how to do that?

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obiwankenobi

8 years ago

I was using ubuntu for a while as well, and there are many things I like about it (except "political" stuff). One of theme are the original themes, or part of them.

One problem with ubuntu-only gnome themes here is that they often inherit a lot from the original ubuntu themes - so they are not very useful for non-ubuntu folks. You have to search around for non-modified original themes, and they are often incomplete. Would be great if someone could post them here.

Right now I want thunderbird to look like it does in ubuntu, with all those monochrome icons. Any idea how to do that?

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obiwankenobi

8 years ago

I was using ubuntu for a while as well, and there are many things I like about it (except "political" stuff). One of theme are the original themes, or part of them.

One problem with ubuntu-only gnome themes here is that they often inherit a lot from the original ubuntu themes - so they are not very useful for non-ubuntu folks. You have to search around for non-modified original themes, and they are often incomplete. Would be great if someone could post them here.

Right now I want thunderbird to look like it does in ubuntu, with all those monochrome icons. Any idea how to do that?

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obiwankenobi

8 years ago

I was using ubuntu for a while as well, and there are many things I like about it (except "political" stuff). One of theme are the original themes, or part of them.

One problem with ubuntu-only gnome themes here is that they often inherit a lot from the original ubuntu themes - so they are not very useful for non-ubuntu folks. You have to search around for non-modified original themes, and they are often incomplete. Would be great if someone could post them here.

Right now I want thunderbird to look like it does in ubuntu, with all those monochrome icons. Any idea how to do that?

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thebarx

8 years ago

It feels me more like trolling you (of course I haven't done anything, so sad).

I know that you don't like Ubuntu, maybe you use Debian, Archlinux, Slackware, Gentoo, because most of you use linux for programing propouses.

Guys like us that use Ubuntu, Fedora or Centos to Develop 2D/3D art, Animation, games or Films we don't really care about it. Ubuntu in my case saved my old videocard because of a repository to use my card again. I'm so grateful because I can work again and I love the productivity I have.

Appreciatte that you have diversity and time to crack your head in set all by hand.

We need a little help and we also want to enjoy a Linux System. Don't blame me, if you like to see something related to your Distro, do it by yourselves, dedicate some time as well as you do when you set all by hand but in this case to do your own design.

That's better than blame an image, a logo or a big team of people that their work talk by them.

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disastrophe

8 years ago

archlinux
Tired of it? Yep, and I think at the very least buttnut needs its own sections.

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disastrophe

8 years ago

damn. second time and I swear I was posting to a different board, moderation please.

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disastrophe

8 years ago

archlinux
Tired of it? Yep, and at the very least I think buttnut needs its own sections.

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disastrophe

8 years ago

sorry, multiple tabs, wrong board and no delete button

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Digit

8 years ago

i've used over 400 distinct .iso of gnu operating systems (or bsd, and a few others dotted around).

i currently have in regular use, Toorox, Gentoo, Crunchbang(Debian/sid), Arch, Slitaz and Slackware.

ubuntu has never been a recommendation of mine. not a serious one anyway. but of course, it crops up all over the place (both vanilla and it's derivatives), pimping its unique ways of doing things, which frankly, i see as a subtle and insidious form of soft lock-in, diminishing people's ease of jumping between distros.

not good.

being pissed on is not good.

i knew ubuntu was dead to me came win7. before that statement gives you ideas, know this; i detest proprietary software, and have a special dislike for microsoft considering what few of their many atrocities i know of, but having said that, i still have to point out to people, that development for win7 vs development for ubuntu 10.10, it was microsoft, not canonical, who come out best when it comes to listening to the user-base. :O this is not some exoneration of proprietary/microsoft/windoze, or some damning of freesoftware/opensource/gnu/linux, this is just because .... well, i was about to say because ubuntu failed, but indeed, like the guy said before, it's because shuttleworth loves to piss on us. lol.

(and the idea of him being invited to bilderberg meetings is a horrendous prospect)

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Digit

8 years ago

i've used over 400 distinct .iso of gnu operating systems (or bsd, and a few others dotted around).

i currently have in regular use, Toorox, Gentoo, Crunchbang(Debian/sid), Arch, Slitaz and Slackware.

ubuntu has never been a recommendation of mine. not a serious one anyway. but of course, it crops up all over the place (both vanilla and it's derivatives), pimping its unique ways of doing things, which frankly, i see as a subtle and insidious form of soft lock-in, diminishing people's ease of jumping between distros.

not good.

being pissed on is not good.

i knew ubuntu was dead to me came win7. before that statement gives you ideas, know this; i detest proprietary software, and have a special dislike for microsoft considering what few of their many atrocities i know of, but having said that, i still have to point out to people, that development for win7 vs development for ubuntu 10.10, it was microsoft, not canonical, who come out best when it comes to listening to the user-base. :O this is not some exoneration of proprietary/microsoft/windoze, or some damning of freesoftware/opensource/gnu/linux, this is just because .... well, i was about to say because ubuntu failed, but indeed, like the guy said before, it's because shuttleworth loves to piss on us. lol.

(and the idea of him being invited to bilderberg meetings is a horrendous prospect)

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disastrophe

8 years ago

arch only here - which is is pretty fast and simple to install in most cases(assuming a fast broadband connection and a small amount of planning).

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disastrophe

8 years ago

arch only here - which is is pretty fast and simple to install in most cases(assuming a fast broadband connection and a small amount of planning).

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user81304

8 years ago

Ubuntu uses .deb packages, the native package used by Debian Linux, because it is a customized version of Debian. All you need to get the .tar.gz files is open the .deb package with Archive Manager and extract it. The .deb package also contains some other files that tell the Synaptic Package Manager where to install the program and how to set up the icons in the Applications Menu. Debian packages can thus be installed on any other Linux distribution. In fact, .deb packages are created from generic .tar.gz archives, not the other way around. Your complaint is ill-founded.

I'm running Ubuntu, but may eventually migrate to Debian. Although Ubuntu is very easy to install and relatively easy for the novice Linux user to configure, and Canonical sends out frequent updates and patches, the short support cycle — even of the "Long Term Support" versions — is troublesome. I think in terms of 10+ years of support for an operating system. In fact, I still have a couple of machines running Windows 98, because I still run software designed for Windows 95/98 and some DOS programs that are well over 20 years old.

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user81304

8 years ago

Ubuntu is derived from Debian and uses Debian (*.deb) installer files. You can open .deb files with the Archive Manager and you'll find all the same files that tar.gz file contains, plus a few more to tell the Debian software installer how to set up the directories and where to copy the files. What's so hard about that? It's certainly not Ubuntu-only.

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l0ll0lll

8 years ago

> but they should upload an archive like .tar.gz
Is it that hard to use deb2tgz or similar tools to convert debs to whatever format you like?

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TheRob

8 years ago

...I'm so fkn fed up with it I don't even have
the words to describe how I feel.

This mark shutleworth guy is really pissing on
the whole linux community... and just because he
can. Pretty soon he's prolly attendng the
bilderberg meeting too. Couldn't somebody just
go and do the guy a favor by stealing all his
money and save us all the trouble.

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TheRob

8 years ago

sighs....

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TheRob

8 years ago

...I'm so fkn fed up with it I don't even have
the words to describe how I feel.

This mark shutleworth guy is really pissing on
the whole linux community... and just because he
can. Pretty soon he's prolly attendng the
bilderberg meeting too. Couldn't somebody just
go and do the guy a favor by stealing all his
money and save us all the trouble.

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TheRob

8 years ago

what the fk is this??? I didn't even comment here...
for crying out loud.

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18 years ago

iKons 0.5.7:
* new 32x32 icon for Kcontrol
* new 32x32 and 48x48 icons for Kdesktop
* new 16x16 and 22x22 icons for 'stop'

iKons 0.5.8
* new 32x32 and 48x48 'open folder' icons in different colors

iKons 0.5.9
* improved 32x32 hardware icons
* new scanner and zipdrive icons
* improved 22x22 folder_open en folder_new icon
* various consistency improvements

iKons 0.6 RC1
* more 3D folder icons
* some new 16x16 icons
* various improvements

iKons 0.6
* added 16x16 grey folder icon
* new 48x48 Kcontrol icon
* various improvements

Note: iKons 0.6 is going to be included in KDE 3.0. The deadline for artwork is 2.3.2002 (Saturday) at 13:00 UT ... so if you have any wishes left for iKons 0.6: this is your last chance to get them in iKons 0.6 for KDE 3.

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