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Tango

   0.8.0  

KDE Icon Theme

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Downloads:  28520
Submitted:  Dec 6 2005
Updated:  Mar 12 2007

Description:

The Tango Desktop Project aims to provide a uniform look and feel
to a given graphical user interface. This includes:

* The Icon Naming Specification
* Transitional icon naming utilities
* Standard icon style guidelines
* The base Tango Icon Library
* The Tango Icon Library extras

This is not your standard icon set. Some effort is required.

Installation instructions: http://tango-project.org/Installation




Changelog:

tango-icon-theme - 0.8.0
icon-naming-utils - 0.8.2



License:
The Tango icons are licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution Share-Alike license.

The Icon Naming Utilities are licensed under the GPL.

The various other packages are assumed to be the property of their respective authors.


(Standard Icon Naming Specification)
(Icon Naming Utilities)
(Tango Icon Library)
(Tango Icon Library Extras)
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 naming standards

 
 by ra1n on: Dec 15 2005
 
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There a great misunderstanding about the Tango project
First, their project is an icon set, not conquering the world
Second their naming scheme IS THE STANDARD, the same standard that the oxygen project follows, and that is produced by freedesktop.org
http://tango-project.org/Standard_Icon_Naming_Specification
http://standards.freedesktop.org/icon-naming-spec/icon-naming-spec-0.4.html
I think that people should read a little more, and stop attacking the gnome or the kde project, this is simply silly!


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 Re: naming standards

 
 by Superstoned on: Dec 15 2005
 
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the problem i and surely others have with tango is the fact it does NOT clearly state it just follows the icon specification that DOES exist (yes it does: http://freedesktop.org/wiki/Standards_2ficon_2dtheme_2dspec)

tango should say they implement an icon theme following the Freedesktop.org's icon guidelines. many ppl read the tango website and think they have written the standard themselves. and the wording they use doesn't make it clear this is not the fact.


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 Re: naming standard

 
 by nmirthes on: Dec 15 2005
 
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PFFT. Smoke another one.


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 Re: Re: naming standards

 
 by ra1n on: Dec 17 2005
 
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This page describes the proposed standardisation of icon names to use when creating icon themes for desktops and applications which implement the freedesktop.org Icon Naming Specification. This proposed Icon Naming Specification compliments the existing freedesktop.org Icon Theme Specification.

I don't see any hijack attempt here, they say that they implement the freedesktop.org specification (mentioned 2 times in the paragraph) isn't this enough?


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 Re: Re: Re: naming standards

 
 by Superstoned on: Dec 17 2005
 
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i see one has to look a bit further than his nose (is this an english saying at all?) but you are right. guess its rather the spirit i myself got through (more from other news sources) than what the actual website conveys. well, then, sorry for the flame... altough i keep a little 'gate' for myself here, as it might be very well possible the site has changed since its first incarnation ;-)


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 Re: naming standard

 
 by nmirthes on: Dec 17 2005
 
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I would like to apologize myself. I saw your second post and got a bit upset. Then I started looking around the Tango site to see how anyone could have gotten the idea that the theme spec was being claimed as new and created by the Tango project. And there it was - a link to the naming spec, but labeled "Icon theme Specification"! Argh. At some point one of the Tango artists had made some changes and mistakenly labeled it as such. I've since edited that page to differentiate clearly between the two specifications. Again, sorry for the mix up.


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: naming standards

 
 by ra1n on: Dec 17 2005
 
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I don't think that they've changed it, but I'm not sure, but I think that Tango, alongside with Oxygen, represent a big Milestone for Linux (and BSD too) Desktop, no matter what gets release first (I like them both) because finally we could get a single Icon Theme for both the major DE (and maybe Xfce too) and that is a huge leap forward in desktop usability


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: naming standards

 
 by Superstoned on: Dec 17 2005
 
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I do agree with this, having an iconset that is usable in both desktop environments is great... it was mostly the (percieved by me) attitude from the tango's that irritated me.


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 Icon naming spec

 
 by nmirthes on: Dec 15 2005
 
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Ok, i've tried to make the information found at http://tango-project.org/Standard_Icon_Naming_Specification a bit more clear. Apparently, there were some previous edits to that page that might be confusing to some people. Again, the Icon Naming Specification is *new* and is intended to *compliment* the Icon Theme Specification.


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 Props to GNOME...

 
 by angrykeyboarder on: Dec 17 2005
 
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I gotta hand it to them. It's 10X easier to install icons there than in KDE (no pocket protector required).

With that said...

"./configure --prefix=some-path" isn't gonna fly.

I need specifics. WHAT path are you speaking of? The path to the folder where my other KDE icons are installed?


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 Re: Props to GNOME..

 
 by nmirthes on: Dec 17 2005
 
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I've added a bit more detail to the instructions. Sorry it's such a PITA.

First, find out what KDEDIR is set to:

echo $KDEDIR

or

kde-config --prefix

For me, it's /usr
Then use that value for the --prefix.

./configure --prefix=/usr --enable-png-creation

Just ask if you'd like further assistance.


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 Re: Re: Props to GNO

 
 by cseaton on: Dec 24 2005
 
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When trying to compile the icon theme I keep getting errors about not having ImageMagick installed. However ImageMagick is installed in /usr/bin/convert.

Perhaps the configure script is looking for ImageMagick in the wrong place. Can I manually configure the path to ImageMagick to get it to compile? Thanks.


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 Ugly like Hell

 
 by DIHLOFOS on: Dec 17 2005
 
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Uniform look and feel is a good thing but it doesn't have to be this ugly. Hate Gnome and its C**p.


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 Re: Ugly like Hell

 
 by cup on: Jan 7 2006
 
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yes, i hate this dark icon-themes, too. why isnt thre any project to make the colorful crystal-icons better?! the crystal-icons should be standart-named and should have a uniform style!


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 Standard icon pack

 
 by stevenjoseph on: Dec 17 2005
 
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Why cant this be distributed like a standard icon pack. a gz file.
Why do we have to configure and make.
I like the icons but the large folder icons could use some more work.
The 16x16 icons look neat ... the part i like the best.


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 Re: Standard icon pa

 
 by EazyVG on: Dec 30 2005
 
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Agree. Should be simple to install using KDE Control Center as well as in Gnome, as most of the other isoc packages do.


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 Where are they all?

 
 by pm141 on: Jan 3 2006
 
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I agree. I like what I see, but I've downloaded the icon file for use with an open source project on os x, and I have folders with a few icons and lots of 4KB "alias" files. Does anyone know where I can get a full set of real icons?


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