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Buuf Nestort icon set
This is a fairly complete set of icons for Gnome, KDE Plasma and XFCE (including actions, apps, categories, devices, emblems, emotes, mimetypes, places and status), based on the icons and artwork by Paul Davey (Mattahan) (http://www.mattahan.com/). Some of them come from OxayotlTheGreat and his great job with his own remix, Buuf https://www.gnome-look.org/p/1012512)
One of the main points of this theme is to remove as many symbolic icons as possible (that means linking the symbolic icon to the original icon). This is not always possible, especially for certain Gnome icons, because Gnome applies some effects to some icons, which make them look really bad if they are not real symbolic icons.
There are two options:
To make this theme available for every user (including root, useful when you run apps with root privileges such as packet manager), copy this directory to
/usr/share/icons (you’ll need super-user rights).
If you just need to make it available for your user, you may copy it to
~ stands for your home directory, in case you don’t know the basics of GNU/Linux shell)
This theme includes many distributor logos. By default,
places/distributor-logo.png links to
start-here.png, which also links to
start-here-agnostic.png, which looks like a drawer with lots of stuff inside. You may change this symbolic link to whichever icon you fancy more, using these commands (supposing you are in the places directory):
rm start-here.png ln -s <icon_you_d_like_as_start_button> start-here.png
you need to do it before installing the theme (or, if you have already installed it, then operate on the directory where you installed it, bearing in mind that if you installed it in
/usr/share/icons, you need root privileges).
This is a massive update from the previous version, from 2011! It is not yet complete, and it still has some svgs and pngs from other themes as “placeholders” for pending icons, plus some other missing ones. I don’t know when I’ll have time to finish this (or at least polish it more), so I publish it now since it is very usable already.
Icon additions are too many to list. I have tried to include also the new style to name icons (such as org.gnome.Calculator or org.kde.kdenlive). This change has rendered many icon themes obsolete as far as these desktop core applications concern.