Flexicons Mod

Full Icon Themes

Source (link to git-repo or to original if based on someone elses unmodified work): https://ubuntu-mate.org/

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Description:

Icons in 26 different colors, based on Humanity and inspired by the default green icon themes in Ubuntu-MATE. Designed for use with Flex-Themes.
Last changelog:

2.0 changes 2 months ago

Removed light-panel variants in order to unclutter icon theme lists. Corresponding GTK themes all have dark panels. Thus, this icon theme series is only for dark panels.
Corrected panel networking icons.

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moloch1994

1 month ago

9 Very nice! Would love to see more, thanks!

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winten

2 months ago

6 Really outdated

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fblais

2 months ago

7 A bit old-fashioned but nice icons to go with your Flex GTK theme.

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fredbird67

2 months ago

Yes, when Shiki-Colors was released in 2008, it instantly became my favorite theme series. No one knows what happened with the original creator of those themes, but this is my attempt to keep its legacy alive, improved, and expanded on. So yes, you could say I am a bit old-fashioned.

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2.0 changes 2 months ago

Removed light-panel variants in order to unclutter icon theme lists. Corresponding GTK themes all have dark panels. Thus, this icon theme series is only for dark panels.
Corrected panel networking icons.

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product-maker moloch1994 May 05 2021 9 excellent
Very nice! Would love to see more, thanks!
product-maker winten Apr 24 2021 6 okay
Really outdated
product-maker fblais Apr 17 2021 7 good
A bit old-fashioned but nice icons to go with your Flex GTK theme.
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