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Crystal GT

   0.9  

KDE Icon Theme

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Link:  http://www.everaldo.com
Downloads:  306059
Submitted:  Jul 24 2002
Updated:  Jun 16 2007

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This iconset is NOT an update to 0.9, the 0.9 iconset is now called "Crystal GT" (Good Times), and wont be updated anymore, the "Crystal Project" is a new and better version of the Crystal Icons.




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"this version was discontinued"




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 From ROME!

 
 by porongone on: Nov 4 2002
 
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This set icions is NUMBER ONE!


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 Help Icon

 
 by dengel on: Nov 4 2002
 
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can someone tell me why the help icon is a red one ? red doesn't indicate a solution (like green) but attention - was this the intention ? IMHO it should be altered...


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 help icon

 
 by paulcooke on: Nov 4 2002
 
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If you are talking about the lifebelt that lives in the taskbar, then what is the colour of lifebelts that you find at waterfront locations??? Red and White alternate bands. So using that analogy is far more universal than having it green. I know that you are thinking about green being the colour for first-aid points and fire exits etc. but the Lifebelt is still red and white bands even in this day and age.


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 He refers to....

 
 by uga on: Nov 4 2002
 
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No, I think he refers to the icon that is a "white question mark inside a red circle".

It turns up for example, when you right-click on an applet handle->Panel Menu-> Help

The icon is
16x16/actions/help.png

I really don't care of the color... but If I had to choose one I would choose blue.

Red calls usually a lot the attention (too much in this menu). Anyway, it makes it easy to find

Green: definetely not, I don't like it.

Blue: I choose it, since at least here in Europe it's quite usual to have a blue "i" to look for information centers, or generic information places. Just my humble opinion, though.


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 KOffice icons

 
 by koelschejung on: Nov 4 2002
 
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Would be nice if you could also create icons for Krita and Kontour.

Thank you for this great theme!


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 Crystal

 
 by king on: Nov 5 2002
 
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Anyone can tell me please which windows decoration is used in the screenshot and where can I download It.

Thanks


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 Window Deco @ Screen

 
 by Valle on: Nov 5 2002
 
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These icons are great - i love it :)
What's that for a window decoration on this screenshot - Where can I get it?


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 Using with drak menu

 
 by trgissel on: Nov 6 2002
 
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Is there a way to use these icons in Mandrake's Menu?


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