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Hey, I am learning on how to make Icons and was using the bluecurve icon set as a template for learning because it was so complete. Problem is I switched ...
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    Bluecurve Icon Set


    Hey,

    I am learning on how to make Icons and was using the bluecurve icon set as a template for learning because it was so complete. Problem is I switched distros without realizing it. So now I am not able to finish the icon theme...

    I can not find it anywhere to download, is there someone that can email it to me?

    Its located in /usr/share/icons/BLUECURVE

    Assistance would be ....really appreciated.

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    I believe you can download the Bluecurve theme at art.gnome.org. If not, I would suggest the Noia theme, that is what I use.
    http://fedora.rehat.com

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    there also some major legue icons on DEVIANTART.com
    you can get some nice and professionnal icon set..
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    Hi,

    You are not able to get the bluecurve icon set on art.gnome.org

    The problem is not that I need the actual icons, but that I was coping the icon theme structure. All the names and using the same theme index. Every other icon theme has a different structure.

    So now I am halfway through with no guide to finish.

    The reason I used bluecurve is because it was a very complete theme...all the others are very small compared to bluecurve.

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    I am not sure what distro you have, but if you have redhat/fedora core, here is blue-curve rpm http://rpm.pbone.net/index.php3/stat....i586.rpm.html
    http://fedora.rehat.com

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    Thanks that worked perfectly

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