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DarkFuture

   0.1  

KDE Icon Theme

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Homepage:  Link
Minimum required   KDE 4.x
Downloads:  2419
Submitted:  Aug 26 2010
Updated:  Mar 14 2014

Description:

A futuristic vectorial theme for dark desktops

Have you ever dreamed about having your computer look like a sci-fi interface? I did.

I tried to develop a clean, monochrome and homogeneous theme with something futuristic to fit in KDE 4 desktops with dark color schemes.
I use this theme in everyday life (at work and at home) trying to extend it as much as possible.

Any help is appreciated.

The DarkFuture complete desktop pack is made of:
DarkFuture icon theme (this one)
DarkFuture color scheme (get it here: http://kde-look.org/content/show.php/DarkFuture?content=132559)
DarkFuture desktop theme (give me a couple of weeks)

How to install from Bazaar
If you want to easily update this theme don't use the tar.gz, follow these steps:
1) install bazaar
2) go in your ~/.kde/share/icons folder
3) type:
bzr branch lp:darkfuture DarkFuture

To update it just run:
bzr pull
inside your ~/.kde/share/icons/DarkFuture folder.

Launchpad announcements will be used to advertise updates (together with this page, obviously)




Changelog:

  • 2010/08/26 First release of the theme (0.1)

  • 2010/09/06 Created a colorizer shell script and added some new icons (available only on launchpad trunk branch)

  • 2011/03/15 Added Chrome, Skype and many other icons. Still working on common icons set

  • 2011/03/28 Added Kalarm and Clementine icons, added some Kmail icons (signatures and encryption) and some mimetypes (trash, shellscript, illustrator)

  • 2014-03-12 Added a lot of new icons. First attempt to replace KDE battery icons (it didn't work)

  • 2014-03-13 Started DarkFuture desktop theme to support tray icons.



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     Great!

     
     by stblack on: Aug 26 2010
     
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    Great icon theme !
    http://stblack.blogspot.com/2010/08/darkfuture-nuovo-bel-tema-icone-per-kde.html


    Bye
    Stefano

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     Re: Great!

     
     by C0D on: Aug 26 2010
     
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    Thank you Stefano for your blog post!


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     Looks great!

     
     by H00K on: Aug 26 2010
     
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    Looks brilliant! I hope you'll keep working on it and include all needed icons! :D

    BTW, the homepage link is broken.


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     Re: Looks great!

     
     by C0D on: Aug 26 2010
     
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    Sure: I'll add them on launchpad as soon as I'll make them.

    If you want to esily update this theme don't use the tar.gz, follow these steps:
    1) install bazaar
    2) go in your ~/.kde/share/icons folder
    3) type:
    bzr branch lp:darkfuture DarkFuture

    To update it just run:
    bzr up
    inside your ~/.kde/share/icons/DarkFuture folder


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     Re: Re: Looks great!

     
     by C0D on: Sep 6 2010
     
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    ERRATA CORRIGE: if you branch Dark Future with bzr branch you should update it with:

    bzr pull


    My fault :-)


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     Re: Looks great!

     
     by C0D on: Aug 26 2010
     
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    Homepage link was fixed.

    Thank you


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     Amazing!

     
     by Desdenova88 on: Aug 26 2010
     
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    It is simply awesome, congratulations. I hope you'll add more icons. Why not trying to do a whole Sci-Fi-like theme? I'm a huge Battlestar Galactica fan and it would be amazing!


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     Re: Amazing!

     
     by C0D on: Aug 26 2010
     
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    Ahaaaa you recognized the background, didn't you? :-)

    A complete theme is a big effort, I'll focus on icons for now but everything is possible.

    As I said in the description: any help is appreciated: I used launchpad because I'm open to any contribution.


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     Super!

     
     by dunemafia on: Sep 2 2010
     
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    Fantastic iconset! Great work, mate!


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     why not for light themes?

     
     by ayni on: Sep 6 2010
     
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    It should be easy to make these work with light themes too. All that you need to do is add small dark "glow".
    Just like those new KDE4.5 monochrome notification area icons.


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     Re: why not for light themes?

     
     by C0D on: Sep 6 2010
     
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    Being this a vectorial theme it's very easy to change the main color: we could just turn it into a black-on-transparent theme (or red, or blue, or anything).

    Could this be a solution or, in your opinion, it's better to add the glow?

    BTW I just added a colorizer script to let anyone colorize Dark Future :-)
    It won't work on some icons: I'm fixing it.


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     glow

     
     by ayni on: Sep 6 2010
     
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    I think that golw would bee way more "chic" than black or coloured versions.
    icons with glow work both dark and light themes since the glow is virtually unvisible with dark themes.

    If tou don't use kde4.5, check out the new notification area icons for example from: http://blog.abhitux.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/07/snapshot11.png


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     Re: glow

     
     by C0D on: Sep 6 2010
     
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    Unfortunately I don't use KDE 4.5.

    Would you like to help me understanding how glow works?
    Is it a KDE 4.5 feature or just a graphic effect that should be manually added to all icons?

    And what about adding it by yourself? Dark Future is on launchpad because everyone can contribute!


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