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Tango

   0.8.0  

KDE Icon Theme

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Tango
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Link:  Link
Downloads:  28515
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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 normal iconset

 
 by DVSoftware on: Jan 18 2006
 
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can you please make a normal iconset for users that don't want to patch their kde just to use these icons.


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 Re: normal iconset

 
 by SMB on: Jan 19 2006
 
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This icons archive(5Mb tar.bz2).

Works with gnome/kde-3.

Standart Gentoo build + some symlincs for use with kde-3(not everything).

http://webfile.ru/755621

Will be there until 26 Jan(i have no permanent host).


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 Re: normal iconset

 
 by angrykeyboarder on: Jan 22 2006
 
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Ya have to patch KDE just to install Window Decoration or "Style" themes.
This now completes the "KDE is a PITA to theme" saga. :-)


Scott
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 "overkill"

 
 by nnn on: Jan 18 2006
 
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the patch is only to allow different icons naming "standard" ? why don't you make a shell script to rename the tango naming to kde naming ?
your method is called "overkill" : downloading heavy source files, compiling some monster program like kde. This is very complicated and stupid !


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 Re: "overkill"

 
 by ra1n on: Jan 19 2006
 
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this is the future, newer versions of kde should natively support this naming scheme, but for the actual kde you have to patch in order to fully use the theme


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 KDE patches

 
 by nmirthes on: Jan 18 2006
 
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While the provided patches to KDE allow the icons in the icon contexts not used by KDE to become available, they are not absolutely necessary. The Tango icon theme will work, but any icons in these new contexts will not be visible in the UI.
I'm currently working on an install-able package, but I've yet to discover a way to have tar deal with symlinks when compressing the theme.


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 missing the point

 
 by maitre on: Jan 18 2006
 
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The point of the tango project is not to release an icon theme. Pay attention.

If it was, it might be distributed in a KDE icon package.

"The Tango Desktop Project exists to create a consistent user experience for free and Open Source software with graphical user interfaces."

It's up to the KDE community to adopt this consistency.


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 standard iconset

 
 by csanchisb on: Jan 19 2006
 
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The thing is that most of us use precompiled packages: rpm, deb, whatever... I'm not going to recompile KDE and later have issues with online updates etc. So why not make a standard iconset out of the real one just until KDE 4 comes out? That would make this theme popular.


Carlos Sanchis
Valencia (Spain)

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 Re: standard iconset

 
 by maitre on: Jan 19 2006
 
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Making the theme popular isn't the point either.


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 Re: Re: standard iconset

 
 by csanchisb on: Jan 19 2006
 
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Oh, it's "not the point", ok, fine. And so what? Is it a bad thing to make this theme available before KDE adopts the new name specs? Moreover, if this doesn't become popular it will become irrelevant. But anyway, if YOU are not willing to contribute, why do you have to be for or against making a standard iconset out of the original one?


Carlos Sanchis
Valencia (Spain)

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 Really nice!

 
 by nxsty on: Jan 21 2006
 
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Thanks for a great icon set! Some icons are still missing though.


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 Re: Really nice!

 
 by nmirthes on: Jan 22 2006
 
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Thank you! The Tango icons are still being worked on, and it'll be a while before it's done. The other problem is KDE's hard-wiring of icon contexts. Tango uses a several new icon contexts described at http://www.freedesktop.org/wiki/Standards_2ficon_2dnaming_2dspec which aren't "seen" by KDE 3.x.x. As a result, any icons placed in these new contexts aren't seen in the UI.


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