Faenza is a popular icon theme for linux. It is also used in some versions of android to create a great look. Recently a version 1.0 released. Faenza 1.0 adds a number of new icons and even launches support for symbolic icons in GNOME Shell. You will get the original page on deviantart and gnome look.
What is new in Faenza 1.0 ?
The change log here…
- * New apps: preferences-desktop-wallpaper, SEtroubleshoot, system-switch-java, Fedora autoplus, Fedora-release-notes
- * New status icons: nm-device-wired-secure
- * Some reworked icons
- * A wide bunch of new symbolic icons for Gnome Shell
- * Better support for XFCE
- * All applications in 16×16
- * Fix some missing linksINSTALLATION:
Download the tar.gz file and extract it. In the new folder created, run the ./INSTALL script to choose the distribution logo (Ubuntu, by default) and the Gnome menu icon. If run as root, the script will copy the iconsets to /usr/share/icons to made them available to all users. Some default icons used by Rhythmbox and Dockmanager may be also replaced.
Run ./UNINSTALL as root to restore defaults icons.
Install on Ubuntu
- Just do the following in Terminal.
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:tiheum/equinox sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install faenza-icon-theme
This work is released under the GNU/GPL license. Sources san be downloaded here : [link]
- How to Install Gnome 3 In Ubuntu (maketecheasier.com)
- Bodhi.Zazen: A 5 minute guide to Fluxbox (bodhizazen.net)
- Gnome 3 shell themes (amit-agarwal.co.in)
- Gnome3: Changing the icon theme (arun.wordpress.com)
- Living with Fedora – A Debian/Ubuntu User’s Take on Fedora 15 (maketecheasier.com)
- Fedora 15 – Bringing You The Latest In Linux (makeuseof.com)
- Linus Torvalds would like to see a GNOME fork (zdnet.com)
- Ubuntu Mono Icons for The Hamster Time Tracking Indicator Applet (omgubuntu.co.uk)
- How to Disable Automatic Workspaces in Gnome 3 (And Other Shell Tweaks) (maketecheasier.com)