Tribal Masks

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Graphic and striking icons based on actual masks and carvings from tribes across the globe. Originally created for Mac OS X, this set offers a unique subject for icons on the Linux platform. Enjoy!

- The Foreman

DrFaustus

14 years ago

Very original idea, and superb graphics.
Thanks for your good contrib to Linux word.

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Thulemanden

17 years ago

I would use them for user-icons at login however, I can't find the place to store them along with the default. I'm using SuSE 8 on this one and Mandrake 8.1 on another PC.

Anybody?

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Thulemanden

17 years ago

You can untar and place the icons in any directory you please.

From the control center you log in as Root via the administrator mode (button at the bottom) - you select System - Login manager - Users, select the user in question (you) and press the icon itself.

After a little while the usual icon selector interface turns up. From the 'Other icons' you browse your way to your desired icon.

I admit Mandrake did this a little more elegant.

Please correct me if I left any errors.

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RomeoBravo

17 years ago

Wonderful, and I'd luv to decorate my screen with 'em. Only trouble, tho, is I'd promptly forget which one did what. Wotthehell, I'll figure it out somehow, I gotta have 'em...

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skal

17 years ago

Damn, son, you are doing some of the most original icon work out there! Sure do wish you would either codify them into a theme for KDE or associate yourself with some person who has the chops to so so.

I love 'em, pal. Keep it up.

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Soyburg

17 years ago

...the first two masks seem to be upside down. Or is it just me?

Soyburg

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Thulemanden

17 years ago

Only you can determine if you are upside down.

:-)

Seriously, they seem to be correct. They look even worse the other way around. Quite scary.

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shok

17 years ago

EXCELLENT
:)

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PARENA

17 years ago

+ from me! :) And if I knew what to use them for, I WOULD use them. :)

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Thulemanden

17 years ago

Use them as log in pictures

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TheRedDragon

16 years ago

How Can I Do It ? Insert it to the log in images ..

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