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- News . 

Icons Galore

By WinterWolf
Published: Oct 13 2003

In the last few weeks fans of users the K Desktop Environment have been treated to a shipload of spectacular icon sets from well known and talented artists. Go ahead, liven up your desktop, there is bound to be a style that's right for you!

Here are a few of the many new or updated icon sets over the last couple of weeks.

1. Crystal SVG

Everaldo has impressed us all once again with the SVG (scalable) version of his icons. But, don't let the name fool you, Crystal SVG and Crystal GT differ in a lot more than merely file formats, Crystal SVG cleans up and adds many new icons giving it a much cleaner feel.

2. Noia 1.0

Carlitus updated his Noia icon set as well, now with many cleanups and quite a few new icons too. In the future, he plans to release the source of the icons so the set can grow at a faster rate and variants of Noia in natural and warm styles.

3. Umicons 2.0

Norbalin released version 2 of the Umicons set extending it to over 2,500 icons, as well as a number of fixes here and there.

4. Nuvola 0.2.5

Nuvola is a very attractive SVG (scalable) icon set created by Dave (which is also the maker of Lush, Sky, and Desktop) and inspired by Crystal.

5. Korilla 1.3

Korilla is a rework for KDE of Jimmac's popular Gorilla theme with blue colors. This port has been done mostly by SystemX.

Please check out all of these fantastic icon sets, they are all worth a look and quite comprehensive. Also, something to look forward to if you still didn't quite find your style is Slick 1.5, Amibug has gotten back in the game and is working diligently on Slick 1.5.


 You forgot

 by Yaba on: Oct 13 2003
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the Reinhardt Style Icon Set.

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 Re: You forgot

 by WinterWolf on: Oct 13 2003
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No, I didn't, the 5 icon sets I listed above are but a few examples of some very good iconsets available on KDE.

The news entry would be far too long if I were to list all of them. This does not mean that I like the Reinhardt style more or less, I will cycle the icon sets in the news entry next time and so the ones missed in the examples now will be present next time.

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 by elektroschock on: Dec 14 2003
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I would like to get to know those people behind this fantastic art work.

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