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Bittorrent MIME Type Crystal Icon


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Bittorrent MIME Type Crystal Icon

Bittorrent MIME Type Crystal Icon

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Downloads:  2090
Submitted:  Feb 19 2004
Updated:  Mar 30 2004


This is an icon for Bittorrent MIME type (files usually with .torrent extension. I made it because there wasn't any available. icons are available in 128, 64,48,32,16 sizes.
I used a background from the existing icon from crystal set so credits go to everaldo (thanks everaldo!!).
as far as i know there's no x-application-bittorrent mime type in kde-3.2 so you have to make one yourself and assign this icon to it.

if you have any suggestions, please let me know.


i made the arrows look more "crystal-like" and added 0/1 background (taken from the binary mime type from crystal set)

i made the version with both arrows blue

2004.03.30: update by Jim Higson who noticed a few stray pixels on the left of res/blue version and fixed it. thanks jim!

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 by reignbow on: Feb 20 2004
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A very nice icon that embodies the fundamental quality of bittorrent, the give-and-take (wasn't there some fiction book that used the phrase giftake?). The question is whether laypeople know that this is a characteristic of bittorrent. For that reason, I was wondering if the image could get a more "torrentious" quality. Something like a wave made up of 1's and 0's, or a stream of arrows. Just thinking aloud here. It's already a great icon :)

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 by someguy on: Feb 22 2004
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One comment is the 'Bittorrent' text on the top of the icon isn't legible except for in 128x128, which is pretty rarely used.

Maybe in 64x64 and below you could just have "Bt" but make the writing bigger?

The same goes for the 1s and 0s. They can't really be made out on the samller icons. Maybe keep them the same size as the icons get smaller, but just have less of them.

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 Nice ))

 by kamui on: Feb 25 2004
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Think "giftake" is from battletech but I could be wrong =p Just wanted to say great icon, am using it now )

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 by sheean on: Apr 3 2004
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The red blue arrows makes me think of Palm's HotSync, but even tough, it's in my crystal folder right now!

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 by Kuribo on: Jun 20 2004
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These are great icons, and I've been using them for a while now.

One comment, though. Since red usually indicates outward flow, and blue inward flow (blood flow metaphor), shouldn't the upward arrow be red and the downward arrow be blue?

Maybe I'm being too picky.

Thanks for the great icons!!!!

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