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iKons 0.6 for KDE2/3

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Downloads:  37290
Submitted:  Dec 14 2001
Updated:  Mar 2 2002

Description:

iKons is a hi-color icon theme for both KDE2 and KDE3.
It contains 16x16 icons, 22x22 icons, 32x32 icons, 48x48 icons and 64x64 icons for KDE, a KDE icon theme that can be used with the Control Center, as well as a README file that tells you how to install and alter this icon theme. This release also features some icons in development.




Changelog:

iKons 0.5.7:
* new 32x32 icon for Kcontrol
* new 32x32 and 48x48 icons for Kdesktop
* new 16x16 and 22x22 icons for 'stop'

iKons 0.5.8
* new 32x32 and 48x48 'open folder' icons in different colors

iKons 0.5.9
* improved 32x32 hardware icons
* new scanner and zipdrive icons
* improved 22x22 folder_open en folder_new icon
* various consistency improvements

iKons 0.6 RC1
* more 3D folder icons
* some new 16x16 icons
* various improvements

iKons 0.6
* added 16x16 grey folder icon
* new 48x48 Kcontrol icon
* various improvements

Note: iKons 0.6 is going to be included in KDE 3.0. The deadline for artwork is 2.3.2002 (Saturday) at 13:00 UT ... so if you have any wishes left for iKons 0.6: this is your last chance to get them in iKons 0.6 for KDE 3.




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 being glad that somebody finally say what I think!

 
 by sbbg on: Nov 16 2011
 
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Yeah, I know. Linux user are really rare...
We shouldn't pick up against each others, but...

When you see all the package flowing around is in their format or built for them ONLY, you can tell something WENT WRONG. (yeah, including Google... at least you should put source at somewhere reachable easily)

I use Gentoo and also OpenSuSE sometimes. I really hope more people notice this issue too.


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 being glad that somebody finally say what I think!

 
 by sbbg on: Nov 16 2011
 
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Yeah, I know. Linux users are really rare...
We shouldn't pick up against each others, but...

When you see all the package flowing around is in their format or built for them ONLY, you can tell something WENT WRONG. (yeah, including Google... at least you should put source at somewhere reachable easily)

I use Gentoo and also OpenSuSE sometimes. I really hope more people notice this issue too.


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 Completely Agree

 
 by yodor on: Nov 21 2011
 
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Nice approach. ArchLinux distro here ...


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 I use...

 
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 Re: Ubu only content

 
 by Thempleton on: Nov 28 2011
 
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This a Top-five playing song. We actually have around 400 different nouances of Linux-Kernel-Based-Operating-Systems. Most of them have one or more Window Managers and at least one packaging system tailored for their specific monolithic filesystem setups.
At the opposite side, Windows is one operating system, limityed to one window manager and one filesystem (organized with as near as no restricted order).

You positively have to consider every "distro" as a particular operating system with its rules.
There are two ways to get an application to run on a particular distro:
a) installing it from the distro's repository with the appropriate package manager; if the application is missing you have to ask the community or the developer to package it or you can do it by yourself;

b) getting the sources from the developer and compiling them by yourself as the developer instructs; take in mind that the developer can't have the necessary know-how for compiling his application on every operating system!

The reason most applications are Ubuntu ready is very simple, Ubuntu is the most spread Linux Kernel Based Operating System! and its community is very large so most developers will service their applications for this O.S..

Installing a rarely used and supported distro and requiring to have a significantly filled repository is like going into a mexican restaurant and asking for russian caviar... http://qt-apps.org/comments/img/fi10.gif

Apart from this I sustain that developers should develop their applications without writing code working with one window manager only or with a particular filesystem organisation in mind.
Applications, where applicable, should be installed and work in/from userspace only.


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 There's more to Mint than an Ubuntu base

 
 by HardinComp on: Nov 29 2011
 
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I'm running LMDE with KDE bolted on top (until LMDE/KDE comes out, of course).


J.M. 'BostonPeng' Hardin
A very happy Linux Mint 9 KDE user

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