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Firefox & Thunderbird icons

   2.3  

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Firefox & Thunderbird icons
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Link:  http://
Downloads:  33559
Submitted:  Jul 6 2004
Updated:  Jul 7 2004

Description:

The guy that hosted the original Firefox & Thunderbird icons was caught by mozilla and forced to take them down. I however have put them back up, and was smarter about it, but I wont say how. *cough*fake info*cough* I managed to retain the 2.3 install instructions:

How to install 2.3:
This theme can now be installed by simply extracting the tar.bz2 file into
either $HOME/.kde/share/icons/hicolor or
$HOME/.kde/share/icons/crystalsvg or if you want to install it
systemwide (making it available even to gnome)
into /usr/share/icons/hicolor or appropriate directories in your kde
installation (/usr/kde/3.2/share/icons/hicolor on gentoo).




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 who cares

 
 by rufuseddy on: Jul 8 2004
 
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I don't see what the big deal is. He made the firefox/thunderbird icons a lot better and if you like it download it and if you dont then dont. They're icons, who cares if he took them off mozilla's site, they're icons. Maybe if he took the source code and changed the ui that would be a diffrent story, but like i said before they are icons. Leave him alone. He's giving firefox some advertisement and is sharing something for a program he really likes. They're just icons.


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 That may be

 
 by 123go on: Jul 9 2004
 
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But the images still contravene Mozilla's trademark. As I said before, Mozilla have trademarked them for a reason. That reason is, to protect Mozilla from the sort of behaviour that SCO accuses US of, and (I'm afraid to say) seems just a little justified by people's insistence that licenses and trademarks are just there to be ignored.

I'm more disgusted with kde-look for continually hosting something which Mozilla has said are illegal.

Perhaps someone from Kde-Look would like to comment on their seeming inability to honour Mozilla's wishes...


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 Re: That may be

 
 by nuka on: Sep 25 2004
 
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why dont you contravene yourself somewhere else and leave the guy alone?


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 FFand TB icons

 
 by caryp on: Jul 9 2004
 
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From the Mozilla website (bold added for clarity):

The logos which are built into Firefox and Thunderird by default - the globe without the fox, and the original blue bird - are explicitly not trademarked. The files themselves are available under the mozilla.org tri-license; you can do anything you like with them under those terms.


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 Re: FFand TB icons

 
 by gerv on: Jul 10 2004
 
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Sure - but the icons those words refer to are not the icons available for download here. The ones available here are the trademarked ones.

Gerv


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 Do it yourself! :-P

 
 by RavenSlay3r2 on: Jul 11 2004
 
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I am anxiously awaiting the day I can put these icons on my desktop. In the meantime another - quite obvious solution dawned on me.

It took me about 10 min. in gimp to rescale the firfox logo and clean up the edges for my own personal use. End result - I get an acceptable image for my desktop, w/out infringing on anyone rights.

To the best of my knowlege this is completely legal.
Here are the steps I took:

1) copy the included mozicon50.xcf
2) rescale to 128x128
3) create a new transparent layer behind the firefox icon.

4a) take a paint-brush, black, radius 60, hardness 90:
4b) put a circle who's outer ege just peaks out below the coarse bottom edge of the icon. (u may have to click the button a few times to get the right hardness).

5a) use the color picker to get the navy blue off the top of the icon
5b) use paint-brush, navy blue, radius 58(or 60ish), hardness 90
5c) same as before to even out the Top edge of the logo.

6) zoom in to about 400% and play with a small smuge tool around the foxes ear, and the end of his tail.

7) save as .xcf...

I'm not much of a gfx artist and this came out nice. I'm sure most ppl could do it better, quicker! Hope this helps.

Ravenslay3r


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 colours

 
 by elektroschock on: Jul 13 2004
 
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the colours of the thunderbid icon lack of contrast blue ball, blue bird. Use more yellow.

wonderful icon set


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 Hmm

 
 by Amnesiac on: Dec 6 2004
 
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I dont know, i like them alot. Probably the best Mozilla icons out there for firefox, and deffinently like the Thunderbird Icon.


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