Full Icon Themes

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Icon theme project with tilish style, (Faenza http://gnome-look.org/content/show.php/Faenza?content=128143) by Tiheum. Modified with icons from elementary (http://gnome-look.org/content/show.php/elementary+Icons?content=73439) (by Daniel Foré) and absolute-mono (http://gnome-look.org/content/show.php/absolute?content=126326) (by 2sev).

Looks best with Faenza-Cupertino (http://gnome-look.org/content/show.php/Faenza-Cupertino?content=129008). To get the complete look you will need to install Faeanza and Faenza-Cupertino

The screenshots show the icons in action with the absolute (http://gnome-look.org/content/show.php/absolute?content=126326) and clearlooks theme.
Last changelog:

10 years ago

0.1 - initial release

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10 years ago

0.1 - initial release

product-maker amorpher May 24 2012 9 excellent
product-maker cyberpython Jan 15 2011 9 excellent
product-maker Tipiaf Dec 05 2010 3 bad
product-maker scottiw2000 Nov 11 2010 9 excellent
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Nov 08 2010
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To install any downloaded Appimage via GUI, use this tool AppImagelauncher.

To install Appimages from Appimagehub via CLI use appimage-cli-tool.
This allows you to e.g. search appimages with "app search xyz" and install any appimage via command "app install #id".

If you are a developer who is interested to easily build appimages from your code repo, read the guide here.

An Icon Theme should have a valid .theme file among its files and aim to be complete for desktop use under Gnome or KDE Plasma.

If it contains only a single icon or a small set of icons, please use the Icon Sub-Sets or Single Icon/Logo categories instead.