[CentOS] Clearlooks & Bluecurve icons missing from Centos 6
gsgatlin at ncsu.edu
Tue Jul 12 00:38:05 UTC 2011
I started making my own gnome theme with some of these icons added back.
But sadly its not ready to share with anyone yet. But since centos 6 is
out I have a renewed incentive to hurry up and finish this theme for
myself. (I worked on this with RHEL 6 up until now)
It is a noarch rpm. My theme is more grey then blue though. But it has
the old icons... Like for nautilus folders and $HOME and stuff. I'm
working on installing a couple of more centos 6 boxes tonight.
I don't think it would be too hard to rename what I have made as bluecurve
or clearlooks even though its a modified default theme and mine isn't
called that. The trashcan looks different because it has to be a vector
drawing instead of a png... Mine is grey. When I finish it I will try to
post a url to a repo for people who care about that.
Gary Gatling | ITECS Systems
On Mon, 11 Jul 2011, Frank Cox wrote:
> The Clearlooks and Bluecurve icon directories that were provided
> under Centos 5 that have disappeared on Centos 6. Clearlooks icons were
> provided by gnome-themes-2.16.0-1.fc6 and has disappeared with
> gnome-themes-2.28.1-6.el6.noarch, and Bluecurve icons were provided by
> redhat-artwork-5.1.0-28.el5.centos, which doesn't appear to exist at all with
> Centos 6.
> Were these icons removed for a reason?
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