humanity Icon Theme for JDownloader

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ABOUT
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This is a humanity theme for JDownloader. It is basically 90% based on the elementary icon theme set (on which Humanity is largely based, so your main thanks go to Dan Rabbit), but some icons had to be taken from Humanity (thanks there), the Oxygen icon theme (great thanks to its creators), as well as the Tango icon theme (thanks as well) and the original JDownloader theme (thanks likewise). I myself have only composited a few of the icons that were specific to JDownloader (see source folder).


INSTALLATION
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1 Extract contents of archive into your JDownloader folder.

2 Open JDownloader and go to the

_Settings tab_
-> _Basics
-> _User Interface
-> In the _Look_ section, choose _humanity_ under _Theme_.


Please comment here or send me an e-mail to

cancivolonter@gmail.com

Thank you for your feedback!
Last changelog:

7 years ago

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1.0 -- First version.

EminAks

7 years ago

Once again thank you so much for quick answer. After couple of google search i found this info on ubuntu forum. And now everything looks perfect.

Quote:The program does not use the same file for the normal icon and the tray icon. The tray icon is located in /home/youruser/.jdownloader/jd/img/logo

There are a bunch of different logo files in the folder. The one that was designated as the tray icon on my system was jd_logo_128_128.png.


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EminAks

7 years ago

First off all let me thank you for wonderful and yet simple solutions. Is there any tweak that i can make system tray icon transparent so it fit the default humanity look ?

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canciman

7 years ago

Thank you very much! :)

Actually, I was meaning to provide an icon, but just didn't get around to it. I assume you are using openJRE as your Java? The open Java sadly has problems with transparent icons in the tray area. You can either:

1. remove open Java and install Oracle's proprietary Java (which doesn't have that problem -- I know this since Mint has it installed by default)

2. replace the icon with one that has your panel's background instead of transparency. Someone already did that and posted it on OMGubuntu.

Instructions for Ambiance:
http://www.omgubuntu.co.uk/2010/08/omg-5-five-monochrome-app-icons/

Instructions for elementary:
http://www.omgubuntu.co.uk/2010/07/daily-5-five-elementary-monochrome-app-icons/

Good luck! :)

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