Nitrux is a simple, clean and minimal icon set with n^∞ icons that have been consistently designed to add the finishing touch to your desktop.
Install on Ubuntu/Linux Mint/*buntu Derivative
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install nitrux-icon-theme | (GTK)
sudo apt-get install nitrux-icon-theme-kde | (KDE)
Arch LinuxMaintainer: arcanis (GTK) (KDE)
yaourt -S nitrux-icon-theme | (GTK)
yaourt -S nitrux-icon-theme-kde| (KDE)
Maintainer: ahjolinna (KDE)
ccr -S nitrux-icon-theme | (KDE)
Icons are Licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives International 4.0 License.
Please read the COPYING file Inside for more information.
You can also get the full theming suite for KDE!, available here or at the Nitrux Store.
Please report any icons missing!
Notes: If the icons don't show up in your menus make sure the .desktop file points to the icon, e.g: Inside Python2.7 .desktop file locate the line Icon= and replace the value with "python" or "python2.7" (without the quotes).
So it looks like this:
- Icon= python - This looks for the SVG file and uses it.
This is true for those menu entries/applications that don't display the correct icon even though the icon is indeed available in the Nitrux theme. If it still doesn't display the icon please report it as missing, thanks!.
- Icon=/usr/share/pixmaps/python3.3.xpm - This forces the ugly pixelated python icon.