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Oxygen Ionized (Oxygen green)

  

KDE Icon Theme

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Oxygen Ionized (Oxygen green)
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Downloads:  2032
Submitted:  Mar 9 2012
Updated:  May 3 2012

Description:

Here is greenish KDE icon theme to match OpenSUSE and also any other distro, customized to look fresh and inspiring.

It is based on Oxygen 4.6.2 - the last version featured old-syle folder icons. I'm planning to make another release, based on current new-syle folder icons.

Why is it called "Oxygen Ionized"? Doubly ionized oxygen (also known as [O III]) is a forbidden line of the ion O2+. It is significant in that it emits light in the green part of the spectrum.

For OpenSUSE users it's now also available at Open Build Service for 1-click install: http://software.opensuse.org/package/oxygen-ionized-icon-theme?search_term=oxygen-ionized

If you like it, please vote for feature https://features.opensuse.org/312120




Changelog:

- Some fixes

- Initial release




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 Just a curious question .

 
 by vishal8492 on: Apr 26 2012
 
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Doubly ionized oxygen (also known as [O III]) is a forbidden line of the ion O2+.Forbidden line of ion O2+ ??? Sorry but what exactly do you mean by forbidden line here ?


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 Re: Just a curious question .

 
 by D-E on: Apr 26 2012
 
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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Forbidden_line


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 Re: Re: Just a curious question .

 
 by vishal8492 on: Apr 27 2012
 
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Those transitions usually have lifetimes of order milliseconds to seconds.Ok it's all coming back to me now.I forgot this term since my education diverted in different direction.Sorry to divert theme to different direction here.It's nice set.How you worked on them GIMP or something else ?


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 Re: Re: Re: Just a curious question .

 
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> How you worked on them GIMP or something else ?

Inkscape + scripts to generate pngs.


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 can't download

 
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 Re: can't download

 
 by D-E on: May 3 2012
 
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link fixed


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 Thanks

 
 by echoes on: May 14 2012
 
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Just wanted to say thank you for this! I voted for this feature on openFATE. I encourage others to. I have always thought KDE on openSUSE needed a green icon theme.
P.S. On openFATE some have suggested that the green color on this icon theme is too bright/vibrant, but I disagree. I think the color is great.


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 Re: Thanks

 
 by D-E on: May 15 2012
 
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Glad, you've liked it!


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