Human-O2

Icon Themes

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Description:

Hello World

This Set was born firstly for my own gust. For his nice looking I decided to share my work for all humans in the world for comparing it with everybody. So I had to bring it to a better, smoother fusion of both Themes (Human [ubuntu-gnome] & Hydroxygen [oxygen]) and in many details improved Version. I worked hard for it and I think I got a very nice and modern looking Human-Theme. The main colour is orange, but I think it's a nice colour and very fashion. Okay not for everybody, but always good looking on dark Themes ;)

*** Read the install-instructions on DeviantArt ***


Enjoy Human ;D
Last changelog:

10 years ago

Version 1.1.5:

- Kubuntu-folders in perfect state
- new Totem-icon (in Human-O2-style and closer to the origin)
- Blocks-Wlan new style
- trying a new Bluetooth-icon
- some little details ...

molecule-eye

9 years ago

The oranges were "too" orange and some of the icons look very cartoon-like. It didn't go well with really any of my gtk themes.

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maxfact

10 years ago

When install yuor deb on jaunty i have this error
E:Sub-processor /usr/bin/dpkg returned an error code (1)

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molecule-eye

9 years ago

Getting the same error.

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schollidesign

10 years ago

It's a Bug in Jaunty. The Bugreport is since months submitted and for be quite unimportant already not fixed. What about the Bug: "gconf" or better said: "sudo gnome-terminal ..." ;)

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l33tpolicywonk

10 years ago

I fixed this by deleting human-o2* from /var/lib/dpkg/info. You should back these up just in case.

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foxmike

10 years ago

A good idea would to use a PPA for Ubuntu... it's free, it integrates with the package manager and people don't have to wait 45 seconds for the download. As well, it gives people access to your packaging, so it's totally transparent. Information at https://help.launchpad.net/Packaging/PPA

Thanks for the package!

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schollidesign

10 years ago

Yepp it's a great improvement. Updates are automatic and if I find a bug or something not right I can correct it immediately an send it to everyone, who included the packages in their source.list, home. ;) And of course the regular updates, too. It was a long and stressing way for get it working (PPA), but know it's perfect ... :D

Thanks :)
schollidesign

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nwarrenfl

10 years ago

Hi!

Your icon theme is suite perfect, but could you change the icons of some file systems, like hard disks, because the contrast is bad when you see them for example in the Location menu on GNOME.

Is that possible, or maybe alternate icons?
Thanks, kind regards.

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schollidesign

10 years ago

:) Yepp I will try to draw them with a outline in 16x16 ;) It hope I get the best possible out ... draw .. test, draw .. test ... oh no! again! :D

Thank you for your feedback and compliment.

Cheers

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schollidesign

10 years ago

Check out this modding ;) Maybe you like it and it can harms your problem :)

http://www.virtualpixel.de/linux/nautilus-sidebar-modding

I think Google have something for translate a website, if necessary ;)

OpenSource is beautiful ...

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nwarrenfl

10 years ago

I mean the Location menu from the main GNOME menu...

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schollidesign

10 years ago

Sometimes I have a long cable ... :) Is here any possibility to show me this part of your problem by a screenshot? I checked all my Icons in my Gnome-Menu and I couldn't find any Hard-disks here ... Sry for not understanding what you're meaning. :(

Sincerly schollidesign

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jesterthejedi

10 years ago

I tried to find your new version 1.1.4 n your debian/launchpad site, but it wasn't listed.

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schollidesign

10 years ago

Yepp ... it will come out soon. But there are some postinst- and mainpage-stuffs for solving ;) We want that "lintian" give us a nearly 100% errorfree debian-package. But bash and debian are quite complicate for me :( But some friend helps me ... ;)
Meanwhile you can download the actual deb-version in my dA-Homepage. But you don't use your own IconSet? ha ha ha

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jesterthejedi

10 years ago

I grabbed it on your devaint art page. And of course I use my own set. I also test and try hundreds of icons. If you install disfferent sets you can get a taste for their style, and also see what icons work well together or are missing. I am always making improvements to my Mashup, but the goal is not to copy your own style, just use my own. I use other sets as a gauge to make my set more robust.

Thanks

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schollidesign

10 years ago

I know ;) ... This is what every collector is doing or should doing ... :)

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terminhell

10 years ago

the ONLY icon i dont much care for in the set is the wlan icon. im not a fain of rainbow colors. Beyond that i think i have an older ver of this installed. :)

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schollidesign

10 years ago

ha ha, yes I thought it sometimes, too. I will make a second Blocks-Wlan ;) Never mind you can choose the system-own-Wlan-Icons if you don't like it so colourful :)
Thanks for your support ... Cheers

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najmudin

10 years ago

Hi

In the how to file it says :
copy this file "human-o2" to /usr/share/sbin/

Ok, i have usr and share but there is no folder called sbin inside share ??
Thanks in advance.

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najmudin

10 years ago

Hi

In the how to file it says :
copy this file "human-o2" to /usr/share/sbin/

Ok, i have usr and share but there is no folder called sbin inside share ??
Thanks in advance.

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schollidesign

10 years ago

It's /usr/sbin/!
But this problem will be solved in the next update through Ubuntu PPA. Meanwhile the first-aid-pack would be necessary for customize this Set. I am waiting for my friend he finally comes home and solve it ... i am really sorry for it.

Post above: From Spain/Germany and Poland ;)

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najmudin

10 years ago

Thanks mate its working now, and sorry for the double post;)

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send4m3

10 years ago

Hi... I have a few question :)

1. when I am download why there is a *.zip file inside that is *.tar.gz ?
2. How to install ? usually I just have to double click install.sh ?


Thanks

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schollidesign

10 years ago

:D Why I know it, this ask will come!

You really read the install-instructions?

I wrote:
"Changes!!!

Ubuntu/Kubuntu-Users have to purge the old deb-file in their Package-Manager (Adept/Synaptic) and then to include this sources:

deb http://ppa.launchpad.net/johannes-schw/ubuntu intrepid main

deb-src http://ppa.launchpad.net/johannes-schw/ubuntu intrepid main

The regular-tar.gz-file can be downloaded in DeviantArt [also the non-deb-version ;) ]"

Make a actualization from your package-list (update) and look for "human-o2-icons". Choose them for install and apply taken changes.
This was a description if you use Synaptic as Packet-Manager ;)

With this sources you will get automatic deb-updates without care if I published a new version ;)

Hope you did understand me ... :)

PD: You downloaded a non-deb-version. This is for non-deb-(*buntu)-distris if they wants enjoy this Set, too.

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send4m3

10 years ago

Hmmm luckly I do know about installing ubuntu via software source as you mention in your reply.

I think you should create a GPG so that there is no error in installation via third party software.

Good work. anyway what is new in your current version ?

thanks

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10 years ago

Version 1.1.5:

- Kubuntu-folders in perfect state
- new Totem-icon (in Human-O2-style and closer to the origin)
- Blocks-Wlan new style
- trying a new Bluetooth-icon
- some little details ...

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