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RodoX

rodolfo ferreira Cuiaba, Brazil
Mojave CT icons

Icon Themes 232 comments

Score 86.1%
Aug 17 2019
Thank you for putting your effort into this, it's getting there however, could you please review the icons for calculator and system monitor? They really feel like they don't belong in this theme. - Jul 13 2019
Newaita

Icon Themes 624 comments

Score 88.4%
20 hours ago
Such a great icon theme, the only exception is the folder color. It looks way too dead or something you're not supposed to open/interact with, if you catch my drift. Is it possible to change it to like light-brown or light-blue?
Also, I have this problem: the picture you show on this page with all the icons look much sharper than it does on my computer, which runs Linux Mint 19, which is based on Ubuntu 18.04. Have a look yourself: https://imgur.com/a/uHpkccm
Is there a way to fix this? I'd like to experience sharper-looking icons but it doesn't matter which resolution I set (720p or higher), this is pretty much all I get.
Keep up the great work. - Oct 26 2018
Flat Remix ICON theme

Icon Themes 240 comments

Score 84.7%
10 hours ago
While I like what you did with this icon theme, I must say there is room for improvement. This is my desktop with it: https://ibb.co/czCb4v Bottom right corner, see that black button? We could use a red/colored shut down button. Also, your preview shows a new Twitter icon, which I expected to replace Corebird's (ugly) icon.
As a suggestion, you could submit your icons to Noobslad's Icons PPA, so that we can get it to update as soon as you release a new version.
Keep up the great work. - Aug 08 2017
PyShare (imageshack/rapidshare/twitpic)

Nautilus Scripts 116 comments

by Nait
Score 62.5%
Jun 02 2011
I liked the interface. Simple and easy to use and understand. If anything fails or goes wrong, the script has a good way to instruct the user to make it work out. By the way I was thinking if you can make a new version of the script but instead of sending the files to IS, it would work with Google's GMAiL. As everybody knows, there are ways to work with your inbox as an external storage account, it would be nice to see a working script sending files and asking me my username and password and bang! the files has been storaged!
Just one idea, I know this sounds challenging...can you do it?

Thank you for this script! keep up the good work! - Jun 06 2009