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My very first icon theme for Linux!
Okay, so what the heck is that? Why everything is out of shape? Am I going nuts? Maybe.
Uniform is a new icon theme made for Linux (GNOME) desktops. It's made by someone who tested every shape on the planet to get a unique and original theme until he flipped the table and unshaped everything. Consistency can be achieved by maintaining the same pattern instead of drawing the same container.
This is the first release, it's missing A LOT of icons. For now it's inheriting the GNOME icons. Oh, and it has no folders yet.
Copy the content to ~/.icons or /usr/share/icons for system-wide access.
yaourt -S uniform-icon-theme
v. 0.1: 9 May 2014: Initial release
v. 0.1.1: Fixed broken links and a typo. Delete the folder before updating, this will create a new folder.
v. 0.1.2: Added 7 new icons.
v. 0.1.3: Tweaked and added 30 icons.
v. 0.1.4: Tweaked and added more icons. Added partial support for default elementary apps.
v. 0.1.5: Tweaked and added some icons.
v. 0.1.6: Tweaked and added some icons.
v. 0.1.6.1: Fixed the index file and added Chromium and Pidgin. Re-taking it slowly.
Last updated: 9 January 2015.