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One of the major components to creating a look and feel for the desktop, is the Icon Theme. This page explains the proposal of standardizing on icon names to use when creating themes, to work across all desktops and applications which implement the [http://freedesktop.org/ FreeDesktop.org] Icon theme Specification.
 
One of the major components to creating a look and feel for the desktop, is the Icon Theme. This page explains the proposal of standardizing on icon names to use when creating themes, to work across all desktops and applications which implement the [http://freedesktop.org/ FreeDesktop.org] Icon theme Specification.
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== Icon Naming Utilities ==
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To help with the transition to the new naming scheme, a legacy <a href="http://primates.ximian.com/~dobey/tango/icon-naming-utils-0.2.0.tar.gz">icon mapping utilities are available</a>. It will map the new names to the legacy names used by the GNOME and KDE desktops.

Revision as of 16:11, 9 October 2005

One of the major components to creating a look and feel for the desktop, is the Icon Theme. This page explains the proposal of standardizing on icon names to use when creating themes, to work across all desktops and applications which implement the FreeDesktop.org Icon theme Specification.

Icon Naming Utilities

To help with the transition to the new naming scheme, a legacy <a href="http://primates.ximian.com/~dobey/tango/icon-naming-utils-0.2.0.tar.gz">icon mapping utilities are available</a>. It will map the new names to the legacy names used by the GNOME and KDE desktops.