A Phoenix Icon

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I'm not sure how many members of our KL community use the Phoenix browser, but here is an icon I made that almost fits in with a couple of different icon sets. In my screenshots I am using it with Noia Icons & Crystal Icons.

The Phoenix Icon (as contained within this set) is the combined work of Michael Grant and myself. Michael Grant's original icon consisted of the stylized Phoenix bird, which can be viewed at:

http://www.geocities.com/beforum/Phoenix.htm

The additional work from me (which has Michael's blessing) can be seen in the icon used within this set when compared to Michael Grant's original work.
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17 years ago

The Icon has been scaled to various sizes, as well as maintaining the oddly sized 144x144 dimensions of my original posting.

hemicuda

16 years ago

Can I convince you to create a blue one (for Thunderbird) as well?

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abhinfs

16 years ago

finally there is a good icon for firebird (phoenix), gr8 work.

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arek71

16 years ago

where the hell :-)) do you get this beautyfull OpenOffice-Icon. I`m still looking for it.

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Doches

17 years ago

looks like part of marbles iconset -- good icon

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mononoke

17 years ago

is showing a cool space background, where can we download that ?
thx

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SeanParsons

17 years ago

The space background in my screenshot can be found at:

http://www.digitalblasphemy.com/dbgallery/4/singularity1152.shtml

Digital Blasphemy has a lot of great art work, and is worth the time to look around. The wallpaper in my other screenshot also originates from Digital Blasphemy.

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germ

17 years ago

I made a Phoenix icon, but I like yours much better. Using it now. Thank You!

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reks

17 years ago

Thanx. Yesterday, I installed phoenix and was looking for an icon :o) This one goes well with my crystal icons.

--R

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Elassus

17 years ago

nice icon. it works with AquaFusion better than the crystallized one i have, too.

(on the side: where's you get a transparent gkrellm skin with colors? mine just has black and white graphs, which isn't too helpful)

thanks!

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SeanParsons

17 years ago

You can download the 'invisible' skin for GKrellM at the following website:
http://muhri.net/gkrellm/
and then just choose to search for a skin by name. The skin's name is invisible.
Once you unpack it, place it in /home/(your user directory)/.gkrellm/themes/ and it will be available to use.

If your graphs are currently appearing in dull black and white graphs, you probably just need to switch skins. I believe GKrellM comes with five skins by default. To change skins you can right click on GKrellM and switch themes.

By the way, thank you for complimenting my icon.

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lordion

17 years ago

I use invisible with gkrellm2, kde 3.1 rc3. Mine has an annoying white border around it. How did you get yours completely invisible?

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SeanParsons

17 years ago

Occasionally I have had that happen to me upon login to my account (I have GKrellM launch automatically). The only way I know of to correct that is to restart your X-server. I know that is terribly inconvenient, but I usually do not get that border. Maybe someone else can give you better help here on KL?

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17 years ago

The Icon has been scaled to various sizes, as well as maintaining the oddly sized 144x144 dimensions of my original posting.

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