Windows 2000 Icon Theme

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A nice Generic Windows Icon theme for you :) Looks great withe the Default KDE style. Use 'kcmshell icons' to install this theme. Now large icons have been cleaned up! Toolbar icons can be of 16, 22 and/or 32 sizes and look quite sharp. It's the only Icon theme I feel that has so many icons except the default KDE icon theme ;) I need your encourgement if you like this theme please click on the good button else you know there is also a bad button ;) Thanks!
Last changelog:

19 years ago

For ver 2.2.2-1,

1. Theme works with KDE 2.2.2 since those png files used to be xpm files but renamed to png from the last theme.

anonymous-hive

19 years ago

I think it's just what you need every time you need to convert a windows-user to linux-Kde. I know, this is miss-apropiated stuff, but at least new linux users will not call me up 5 minutes asking "where's the Explorer (aka Konqueror) icon place ?". IMHO, this is great on big corporate places where learning curve may be a handycap to migrate to linux.

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anonymous-hive

19 years ago

This is Wrong... Just plain Wrong...

- Remenic.

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anonymous-hive

19 years ago

I can't help but agree. I use KDE to get away from Windows :-) However, the smaller icons (22x22 and 16x16) are great for converting for use on a Palm :D

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LinXace

19 years ago

I don't know about you but I'm trying to escape blue screens, the high memory usaged and the monopolization of my choices, not nice looking trash bins!

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LinXace

19 years ago

I don't know about you but I'm trying to escape blue screens, the high memory usaged and the monopolization of my choices, not nice looking trash bins!

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LinXace

19 years ago

I don't know about you but I'm trying to escape blue screens, the high memory usaged and the monopolization of my choices, not nice looking trash bins!

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anonymous-hive

19 years ago

I'm a small a fan of Microsoft as the rest of you, but however isn't this a gross misappropriation of copyrighted material? Things like this give credence to the opinion that "Free Software Advocates" == "Software Pirates". Plus - why the f*** would I want KDE to look like W2K?

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anonymous-hive

19 years ago

I am sure there are way better things than actually having my neat GNU/Linux desktop look like W2k, but since I am also trying to establish as much Linux/Unix workstations for our customers as somehow possible, I really saw it helpful for them to at least have the 'familiar' look on their desktop, at least the very first weeks / months while they're trying to feel home in the new environment. So, even if I am not using it on *my* machine, I think this theme's neat. :>

cheers,
Kris

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anonymous-hive

19 years ago


The Win2k KDE Theme is not a violation of copyright, because it has a similiar look and feel. You can't copyright a look and feel. They didn't steal code.

If I make a website with the same look and feel as another website, with original graphics and menus which LOOK like another one (for ease of navagation), would that make me a copy-cat? Of course not. If I stole their code, yes.

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19 years ago

For ver 2.2.2-1,

1. Theme works with KDE 2.2.2 since those png files used to be xpm files but renamed to png from the last theme.

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