Konsole Icons

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Here are two Konsole icons that I created with Gimp. There is a metal and a plastic flavor. Enjoy!! :-)

audidriver

13 years ago

Your icon skills are polished, as the folders and now these ones have proven. But it's a pain to replace all the sizes in the current theme with these icons. How about releasing a full theme sometime?

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rowancompsciguy

13 years ago

I agree it would be nice to package them in a set. I don't really have enough icons to do that right now and I don't know if I ever will. I appreciate your vote of confidence though :-). Perhaps someday I'll have enough to create a theme, but in the meantime I think I may just release them piecemeal.

One question I have is if I were to release a theme, say with the icons I currently have, what happens to icons that I don't have icons for? Are they supplemented with some other package or is better for me to start with someone else's completed package and replace their icons with mine as I create them? I've never actually tried it before. Any suggestions would be appreciated!!

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jojoesyoyo

13 years ago

hi.

if an application tries to use an Icon that you didn't put in your theme (and it is active), kde will use default.kde icon set for that icon (in kde 3 it is crystalsvg)

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vinokurov

13 years ago

Yes, that's right. You can look in /usr/shre/icons/ There are all you icon themes and a link to theme which is default.

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