Shining Reprise

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A continuation of Shining Black (http://www.gnome-look.org/content/show.php/Shining+Black?content=76440), by murasame.

It has more apps, more icons, a couple modifications from Shining Black.
Still open for requests.
Menu icons include the following distros and logos: Arch, Debian, Fedora, Foresight, Linuxmint, Mandriva, OpenSuse, Ubuntu, Slackware, Gentoo, Sabayon, KDE, XFCE and Tux.


DRI logo used in logout icons belongs to its owner.
Star Wars logos used in emblems belong to LucasArts.
Last changelog:

10 years ago

102: many new apps, as sugested and provided by PunkNadel; (still) better support for XFCE; Slackware and Gentoo added for menus.

103: some games, dvd::rip, LiVES, Hardware Listener, and xfce4-weather support as indicated by PunkNadel. Brasero animation is now working.

104: added: deadbeef player, decibel audio player, emacs, vim, red notebook, epdf viewer, text room, gqview, fotoxx, terminator, poedit, sweet home 3d, assault cube, openarena, urban terror, sauerbraten, pingus, super tux, nevernoid, lbreakout, breakout, metal blob solid, Skype, Ubuntu-Tweak, Picasa, Shutter, Comix, Giver, Dropbox, RealPlayer, Docky, midori, galeon, sabayon,

brainvision

10 years ago

hi PunkNadel..

you know, that's really strange what it's happening here :D :D!
I try to explain myself: just few days ago I open a thread on the xfce official forum where I was asking for a solution to the fact that all the icon themes are perfectly suited for gnome but we can't say the same thing for xfce!
They answered me the trick to have, for example, the right icons for the volume.. and the trick is what you wrote down here just a couple of days after!!
http://forum.xfce.org/index.php?topic=5438.0
This is the link to the xfce forum thread.

The question is really more complex and big, because it regards the icon names specification, which they would have some standards rules!

Another question for lonerocke: I saw that you made modifications and upload a new version only for xfce-look.. How can you do such a thing?
I still have some icons to suggest you: are you still working to PunkNadel's list?

Thanks very much for paying attention!
see you soon!(, I'm sure! :D :D)

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V10lator

10 years ago

and some more missing (and one wrong?) links:

rm xchat.svg
ln -s internet-group-chat.svg xchat.svg
ln -s accessories-dictionary.svg xfce4-dict.svg
ln -s gtkam.svg gtkam-camera.svg

and some icon names (i made icons for them which work: http://rapidshare.com/files/389086291/icons.tar.bz2 - but that are just examples. I never worked with vector graphics before so they are really dirty ^^):
ooo-gulls.svg
qemulator.svg
usb_icon.svg
wireshark.svg

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10 years ago

Here are some more fixups (all found by looking to other icon sets, so the question is still there: Is there any way to find out the icons used by an application?)

go to scalable/apps/ and execute:
ln -s thunderbird.svg thunderbird-icon.svg
ln -s bluetooth.svg blueman-applet.svg
ln -s bluetooth.svg blueman-device.svg
ln -s bluetooth.svg blueman.svg
ln -s mplayer.svg gnome-mplayer.svg
ln -s mplayer.svg gmplayer.svg
ln -s mplayer.svg vmplayer.svg
ln -s ../emotes/face-monkey.svg eatmonkey.svg
ln -s accessories-calculator.svg galculator.svg

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V10lator

10 years ago

I found the error with the navigation-buttons: They were theme setted. Modifying the theme to not overwrite them solved this. :)

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10 years ago

Maybe its becouse we're using different distros?
I'm using gentoo linux. Is there any way to find out the icons used by an application?

P.S. I have a few commandos which will let the xfce4-mixer-plugin use the right icons: Go to scalable/status and execute this:
ln -s notification-audio-volume-off.svg xfce4-mixer-volume-ultra-low.svg
ln -s audio-volume-low.svg xfce4-mixer-volume-low.svg
ln -s audio-volume-high.svg xfce4-mixer-volume-high.svg
ln -s audio-volume-high.svg xfce4-mixer-volume-very-high.svg
ln -s audio-volume-medium.svg xfce4-mixer-volume-medium.svg
ln -s audio-volume-medium.svg xfce4-mixer-volume-low-medium.svg
ln -s audio-volume-muted.svg xfce4-mixer-volume-muted.svg

:)

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lonerocker

10 years ago

It is strange indeed, in Exaile all icons are rightly shown

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V10lator

10 years ago

That's strange.
In exaile the buttons are wrong, too: http://img705.imageshack.us/img705/3509/bildschirmfoto180520102.png
But I have no idea how to find out the icon names.

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lonerocker

10 years ago

I just installed Chromium (from the ubuntu repositories)and those icons work fine.

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10 years ago

102: many new apps, as sugested and provided by PunkNadel; (still) better support for XFCE; Slackware and Gentoo added for menus.

103: some games, dvd::rip, LiVES, Hardware Listener, and xfce4-weather support as indicated by PunkNadel. Brasero animation is now working.

104: added: deadbeef player, decibel audio player, emacs, vim, red notebook, epdf viewer, text room, gqview, fotoxx, terminator, poedit, sweet home 3d, assault cube, openarena, urban terror, sauerbraten, pingus, super tux, nevernoid, lbreakout, breakout, metal blob solid, Skype, Ubuntu-Tweak, Picasa, Shutter, Comix, Giver, Dropbox, RealPlayer, Docky, midori, galeon, sabayon,

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