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Human-O2

   Version 1.1.5.1  

KDE Icon Theme

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Depends on  KDE 4.x
Downloads:  6220
Submitted:  Dec 27 2008
Updated:  Feb 12 2009

Description:

Orange on KDE 4? Why not :D
Orange is fashion.

The original Human-Theme is form Ubuntu (Gnome) and I tried to give it a modern facelift. Hope you like it :)

* Finally I have KDE as productive System :) The third Preview show you how the .gtkrc-2.0-kde4 -file in your homefolder should be ;) With this you get Human-O2 in your GTK-Applications running ;) *

* I know It's not perfect yet, but let me improve it for KDE ... step by step ;) *

Enjoy Human :D

*** Read the install-instructions on DeviantArt ***




Changelog:

Version 1.1.5:

- Kubuntu-folders in perfect state
- new Totem-icon (in Human-O2-style and closer to the origin)
- Blocks-Wlan new style
- trying a new Bluetooth-icon
- some little details ...



License:
The licences of the "Deb-File" and the "menu.sh -Script" are GPL.
The licences of the Icons are GPL, CC sa nc, LGPL and many more (copiable and for non commercial use).
The licence of the "Human-O2 Collectors-Icon-Set" is GNU / GPL.


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 Is somebody so kindly ...

 
 by schollidesign on: Jan 3 2009
 
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and can post me here a screenshot of this Theme working with KDE? Sorry, but I am using Gnome as productivity system - already, but I am curious to see a example :)


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 Re: Is somebody so kindly ...

 
 by schollidesign on: Jan 14 2009
 
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Okay I have seen it ;) I don't use KDE yet, but I hope I can use Kubuntu as a productive machine one day. I like blue, but orange is very nice, too (for me :D ). For this I am adapting this Theme for KDE, because I am planing use it in my future Kubuntu-system :) Waiting for KDE is stable ...


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 Perfectly for both

 
 by Didi84 on: Feb 1 2009
 
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Since 4.2 I'm with KDE (Kubuntu) and it's marvellous use here your Set, too. K- and G-applications are good looking and it's so wonderful complete. The number one theme for Kubuntu! Very well done. Thx :)


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 Re: Perfectly for both

 
 by schollidesign on: Feb 3 2009
 
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You are welcome ;) Thank you ...


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 too big icons

 
 by kaliif on: Oct 21 2009
 
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Really nice icons. I would like to use them but I'm having a little problem.. icons in the panels and Kickoff tabs are too big and it messes up the view. Haven't noticed this with other icon themes.
Using KDE 4.3.2


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 Re: too big icons

 
 by kaliif on: Oct 25 2009
 
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Solved this issue by replacing "Type=Fixed" with "Type=Threshold" in the file "index.theme". Everything looks brilliant now.


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