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KDE Icon Theme

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Sand
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Downloads:  1329
Submitted:  May 7 2010
Updated:  May 10 2010

Description:

previously fuglyfolder.

Is a kde icon theme that changes the
folder.

Feel free to do whatev.

A lot of folders still missing, it will
inherit the seans leo-like icon theme.

Sean names every version of the
leo like theme different so its impossible
to inherit it when its updated,
so you need to edit this line in
index.theme:

Inherits=leopardV6,oxygen

to the name he has on it then.

If you dont have it installed then it
inherits oxygen.... ofc.

....I guess thats all, please insult me!

Requests?

//Robert




Changelog:

10.05:

-first version I'm even a little happy with.
-added some kinda pattern thingy on the
folders, looked too plain.
-Improved overall look again.

scrot: http://img175.imageshack.us/img175/9122/sandshot.png

10.05:

-overall improvements.
-full shot:
http://img707.imageshack.us/img707/1060/fugly.png

08.05:

-more folders, even a bunnyfolder ;-)
-fix the issue with 256 icons... wouldnt load

for those interested.... full
shot:

http://img442.imageshack.us/img442/3972/shotk.png




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 Last link

 
 by Washufeng on: May 17 2010
 
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Sorry but a few problems with your last link


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 Re: Last link

 
 by TheRob on: May 17 2010
 
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Thats weird, uploaded on kde-look and
works fine here, it is the download
button thats not workin right?


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 Very good job rob

 
 by rechy2k on: May 18 2010
 
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I like your works


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 Re: Very good job rob

 
 by TheRob on: May 18 2010
 
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Thx! Glad to hear. Mostly experimenting tho.


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 icon theme..

 
 by III on: May 24 2010
 
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Come on Rob, you know your at the stage in your life where nothing will satisfy you, other than making a full icon theme ;)

Your our only hope :)


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 Re: icon theme..

 
 by TheRob on: May 24 2010
 
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Hehe, thx!

well, the thing is, I did this folder just to
see if I could if I wanted to :)

Gonna try and make a whole icon theme
tho, and it's the bespin icons :)

//Robert


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 Re: Re: icon theme..

 
 by III on: May 24 2010
 
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I look forward to it, and good luck!


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 Re: Re: icon theme..

 
 by III on: May 24 2010
 
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Just checked out a tutorial to make ONE icon with inkscape...time frame
ONE HOUR.
I might as well forget a leolike svg theme then.


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 Re: Re: Re: icon theme..

 
 by TheRob on: May 24 2010
 
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My thoughts exactly when Thomas told
me that all the bespin icons would be
done in inkscape ;-)

but once you get a little used to
it you make icons a lot faster then in gimp.

Plus, you get the scaling benefit.

What is it that you have the most trouble with?


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 Nice!

 
 by anoknusa on: Jul 26 2010
 
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Fine work again, man. Couple of follow-up questions concerning your screenshots:

1) I'm guessing you've tweaked your panels personally to mimic the AWN Lucido style; any tips on how to do that? Or, if it IS AWN, how'd you get the bespin global menu to work with it?

2) Is that gloobus-preview? I've failed to get that working nicely myself; any tips on that?

Otherwise, if you don't wanna bother with my tedious bullshit, just take my thanks for the folder set. Take care!


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 Re: Nice!

 
 by TheRob on: Aug 5 2010
 
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Thx man!

Well... the panels aren't plasma, and yes,
is gloobus preview... well, I don't know,
I just grabbed the latest stable tarball
from the home page and compiled it, needs
some libraries to compile, but the configure
errors should point them out :)

//Robert


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 Re: Re: Nice!

 
 by anoknusa on: Aug 6 2010
 
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Thanks for the info. I guess the info I was looking for was how to set up a hotkey combo to get a selected file onto the clipboard and open a gloobus window with one quick stroke; sorry for the lack of detail. I just switched over to KDE about six weeks ago, so I'm still trying to figure all this out. I'll see what I can figure out; if you could help me with the hotkeys, I'd appreciate it. Again, thanks a lot!!!!


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 Re: Re: Re: Nice!

 
 by TheRob on: Aug 10 2010
 
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Hmmmmmmmmmmmm, ic, well personally I only
use gloobus to preview image files real
quick, so I have just set it to be the
default program for normal image types...

...I guess you could configure gloobus to
be run when you press a certain keycombination,
however, you'd still have to press ctrl+c,
and then then the comb you set for gloobus,
this would be fast enough for me, but, not
sure if is for you :)

//Robert


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 Re: Re: Re: Nice!

 
 by FSchulz on: Aug 11 2010
 
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First: Thank you Rob for all these inspirering screenshots and for all your work!

I also searched for a preview-tool and so I am happy that you showed me gloobus-preview.

With this hint you can start gloobus-preview with one shortcut:

1) Install xdotools

2) create a script called gloobus-preview.sh or something like this in any folder. The content of the gloobus-preview script has to be:

xdotool key "ctrl+c"
gloobus-preview

3) Then in console do: sudo chmod a+x gloobus-preview.sh

4) Go to systemsetting --> shortcuts (in german its called: Kurzbefehle und Gestensteuerung)

5) There you have to add a new shortcut where you select your favourite key-combination (for me: Ctrl+Space) and the command to execute (the path to the gloobus-preview.sh)

Now you can select a file in dolphin and when you press Ctrl+Space, the gloobus-preview with the file you selected starts.

Hope this helps!

Best regards!


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