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Tango GNOME Core Image Pack by Lokheed Tango GNOME Core Image Pack by Lokheed
A snapshot of my /usr/share/pixmaps/ directory before the big move. Many customized Tango icons for various core GNOME programs that have never been released, anywhere!

Unzip and move to /usr/share/. DO NOT overwrite blindly. This pack includes many changes you may not want.

Enjoy.
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naesk Featured By Owner Aug 8, 2010
Dude, I've been hunting high and low for an SVG of the existing CPU from the CPU-Freq icons. Can you help me here? I require it for a set of mashup icons for a recent OSS project.

Please, please, please with Tango on top ;)

Such a shame you no longer theme for GNOME :(
BTW your Twitter account cannot be found!
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Lokheed Featured By Owner Aug 12, 2010  Professional Interface Designer
Glad you like 'em. I don't know squat about SVG and just don't have the time to make anything really. Got so many projects on the todo pile and so little time, gotta prioritize. But you may try jimmac; he (or the other Tango members) may be more magnanimous.

Since I moved to Mac, I haven't themed much at all. Kinda miss it somedays, others, not too much ;) Was really time consuming! Anyway, best of luck on your project and thanks for pointing out the Twitter feed. I shortened my username a while back but forgot to update DA ;)
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c4c0d3m0n Featured By Owner Feb 21, 2008
The pack looks great, but many of the png's are said to be broken (by irfanview on Windows). Is this just me, or can I really not open these png's?
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Lokheed Featured By Owner Feb 21, 2008  Professional Interface Designer
You sure you aren't talking about the symlinks? Items like gedit-logo.png, gnome-calc3.png, etc. are symlinks. And I doubt those will show up on Windows.

So, no, nothing is broken.
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beyecixramd Featured By Owner Jul 3, 2009   Digital Artist
lol, Windows fails. Once again.
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MegaMechZX Featured By Owner Oct 21, 2007
This icons are great!!
Thank you for the pack =D
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mg12 Featured By Owner Oct 10, 2006
Thank you !
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xrab Featured By Owner Aug 24, 2006
:clap: Love'em good job and bring the sexy to mac baby <3
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jackandjohn Featured By Owner Aug 22, 2006
really like this icon set (as always)

dont you find that there needs to have been a much much better way to handle different icon sets in linux?
Sometimes engineers dont really pay attention to the details ;)
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Lokheed Featured By Owner Aug 22, 2006  Professional Interface Designer
Yep. Tango tries to bring together Linux by having one unified set. How? Be having the same naming scheme. An alternative solution available? Create a small program to make symlinks for either KDE, GNOME, or whatever so it doesnt matter what you have installed. Icon naming utils does this.

Seems like a lot of work that should never have needed to be done. But everyone likes it some way...like it matters what you call an icon. And then you always get those idiots who like to ice skate uphill.

To run a unified set of icons is so easy, especially in Linux, but it just seems so hard for people to actually do. Dinkin flicka.
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