Gnome legacy icon theme

When I started with Linux, back in 2005, the desktop environment that came with the distro was Gnome 2.6. I was very impressed with its icon theme, and won’t lie to say that I fell in love with it. At Gnome 2.16, the next generation, Tango-like theme was introduced. I do like it, I also like Tango very much. However, I made an attempt to revive the pre-2.16 theme.
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Tango 48×48

I decided to modify a bit the Tango icon theme, similarly to what I did for GNOME Colors. There, the problem was that some programs like Meld, would not display 48×48 sized icons if these were not available as PNG. I like Tango and wanted to have it working properly with no missing icons.
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GNOME Colors 48×48

My favourite icon theme is the GNOME Colors. I’ve been using it on CRUX 3.6.1 with Xfce 4.12 for over a month and I noticed some issues. Certain programs would not display some 48×48 sized icons. So, I tried to find a solution.
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Legacy icons in XFCE

I finally upgraded to Slackware64 14.2. I made a clean install and set up the system to be -multilib. I use XFCE and I wanted to use my favourite GNOME Colors icon theme. It is not available at SBo for Slackware 14.2 anymore and it depends on gnome-icon-theme that was removed from Slackware in favour of adwaita-icon-theme. Read the rest of this entry »

Extra toolbar buttons in SeaMonkey

A very nice extension for SeaMonkey is the Toolbar Buttons. It provides many additional buttons for the browser — just right click on the toolbar, select Customize and drag whatever you need on the toolbar: Read the rest of this entry »