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DarkFuture

   0.1  

KDE Icon Theme

Score 79%
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Homepage:  Link
Minimum required   KDE 4.x
Downloads:  2349
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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     color theme

     
     by lordlukas on: Sep 6 2010
     
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    Ciao!,
    that's very cool!

    I'd like to know what color theme you use and the plasma theme, if you can tell us :-)

    ciao!


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     Re: color theme

     
     by C0D on: Sep 7 2010
     
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    Ciao :-)

    I'm using a color scheme of my own (far from perfection but it works most of the times) and the Tragedy theme for Aurorae Decoration theme engine.

    I could post the color scheme if somebody is interested in it.


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     Re: Re: color theme

     
     by lordlukas on: Sep 7 2010
     
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    yes if you can provide it, I'll appreciate it.

    Finding a usable dark color theme is very hard.

    ciao
    Luca


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     Re: Re: Re: color theme

     
     by C0D on: Sep 13 2010
     
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    Here it is:
    http://kde-look.org/content/show.php?content=132559

    Public domain: no credits needed (it's just a color scheme, after all!)

    As I said: it's far from being perfect but it works.


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     glow

     
     by ayni on: Sep 6 2010
     
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    Oh, it's only graphic effect that has to be manually added, unfortunately. It is small, dark outline, that fades away.
    If you open the picture I linked previosly, and scroll down to the notification area, you can see what I mean by "glow"
    I don't know if there is, or could be made, a script to do it.

    I understand, if you cant find time or intrest to do this, it was only an idea. Unfortunately I know nothing about vector craphics, but I could always learn...

    By the way, I forgot to mention, this iconset of yours looks exellent.


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     Re: glow

     
     by C0D on: Sep 6 2010
     
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    Thank you.

    Unfortunately as far as I know the KDE svg support does not allow the use of blur so we cannot have halos.

    I'll keep your suggestion for the time when it will be supported ;-)
    Until then you can colorize Dark Future as many times as you wish with the colorizer script.

    Try it with bright desktops and let me know how it looks, if you like.

    But remember: its name is Dark Future because it was designed for dark themes... and because future is dark... we all now.


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     Re: Re: glow

     
     by bitcrazy on: Sep 6 2010
     
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    FYI: Bespin icons are blurred and have halos.

    m0nk


    If men could get pregnant, abortion would be a sacrament.
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     Colorizer

     
     by ayni on: Sep 23 2010
     
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    Hi again :)

    Unfortunately I can't get the colorizer to work. All it does is copy the folder with new name, and print this:

    Quote:
    ls: cannot access */*.z: No such file or directory
    Can't open */*.svg: No such file or directory.
    gzip: */*.svg: No such file or directory


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     Re: Colorizer

     
     by ayni on: Sep 23 2010
     
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    Oh, it's propably me.
    Can't get the rename-command to work at all...
    bummer


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     Re: Re: Colorizer

     
     by ayni on: Sep 23 2010
     
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    Got the rename to work, but color doesn't change and resulting files lack the .svgz -ending.

    I give up.


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     Re: Re: Re: Colorizer

     
     by C0D on: Sep 24 2010
     
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    I'm sorry you can't make it work.

    Let's find a solution together!

    The script uses:
    - gzip
    - gunzip
    - rename
    - perl

    Make sure you have what it's needed and that you're using bash shell.

    You can send me a private message and we can work on it.


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     Re: Re: Re: Re: Colorizer

     
     by ayni on: Sep 24 2010
     
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    Hi

    Thanks for the offer, but I got it to work. (I didn't give up after all :))

    First problem was with rename. Debian-based distros use prename when rename is called, and other distros hve somewhat diffrent approach. Usage is rename foo bar filename when on debian it's rename 's/foo/bar/' filename.

    ok, this was easy to solve after I realised what the problem was.

    Next problem was that for some reason gunzip left file extensions out. Thus rest of the script did nothing. The easyest solution I could find was add

    for iconfile in */*;
    do
    mv "$iconfile" "$iconfile".svg;
    done

    in the script.

    Now it worked.

    the end of the script is now:

    cd scalable
    rename .svgz .z */*.svgz
    for iconfile in `ls */*.z`
    do
    gunzip $iconfile
    done

    for iconfile in */*;
    do
    mv "$iconfile" "$iconfile".svg;
    done

    perl -pi -e "s/#d3cdc5/#${newcolor}/gi" */*.svg
    gzip -S z */*.svg



    That rename problem is systematic difference between distroes. But what's with the gunzip problem is beyond my knowledge, and I actually don't care. :)



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     Re: Re: Re: Re: Colorizer

     
     by C0D on: Sep 24 2010
     
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    I can't reply to your last message, ayni, so I write here.

    I'm glad you solved. I'll update the script with your suggestions and I'll investigate the rename issue.


    Thank you :-)



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     Black icons?

     
     by giannis12a on: Sep 6 2010
     
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    Very nice. I like it so much.
    Will see black on soon? : )


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     Re: Black icons?

     
     by C0D on: Sep 7 2010
     
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    Why don't you try the colorizer script?

    Using bazaar you'll be able to download the trunk branch (always in development) where you will find the colorizer script: just put 000000 in it and wait a couple of seconds to have a brand new theme with black icons.


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     Re: Re: Black icons?

     
     by 2lmes on: Oct 21 2010
     
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    i dont know how to interpret
    can step by step?


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     Re: Re: Re: Black icons?

     
     by C0D on: Nov 12 2010
     
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    Yes sure.

    Sorry for this late answer.

    1) install the bzr package (for example in debian-based distros "apt-get install bzr")

    2) move into your icons folder with
    cd ~/.kde/share/icons

    3) get the latest source
    bzr co lp:darkfuture DarkFuture

    4) move into the theme folder
    cd DarkFuture

    5) run the colorizer script
    ./colorize.sh

    Now you'll be prompted for new colors: use the HEX notation without # (for example white=ffffff, black=000000).

    If you experience problems just ask: I'll try to answer as soon as possible.


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     Glow

     
     by ayni on: Sep 7 2010
     
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    Yes.
    I tried to make this myself, and found adding the glow quite easy. But as you said, KDE doesn't understand filters, so glow doesn't show.

    Saving icons as images would solve the problem, but that's something I don't want to do, and I do believe that you don't either.

    Thanks.


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     Re: Glow

     
     by C0D on: Sep 7 2010
     
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    Yeah.

    We will wait for ksvgtopng to support halos. This is a vectorial theme and I'd like to keep it as is if I can.


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     Couldn't download

     
     by aaronlewis1989 on: Nov 20 2010
     
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    could you please add another link for downloading ? Seems i couldn't access that website.

    Thanks


    Aaron
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     Re: Couldn't download

     
     by C0D on: Nov 22 2010
     
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    Sorry, I'm not sure to understand: did you mean you are not able to download the theme from the download link on this page or through the bzr command as explained in "How to install from Bazaar" section?

    BTW check if you can access the project page on https://launchpad.net/darkfuture

    Let me know.


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     Re: Re: Couldn't download

     
     by aaronlewis1989 on: Nov 22 2010
     
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    This actually did the job ;-)

    https://launchpad.net/darkfuture

    Clicking on Download link on kde-look.org failed to let me access it.


    Aaron
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     Re: Re: Re: Couldn't download

     
     by C0D on: Nov 23 2010
     
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    Maybe this is because I linked the launchpad file directly.

    While I figure out why this happens you can download the file from launchpad: just click on the big green button on the right column ;-)


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     Awesome!

     
     by junkdog on: Feb 1 2011
     
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    Your icon set impressed me enough to register an account here: thanks for all your work and time!

    I'm using it together with the Ghost 2 theme collection (plasma, window and color).


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