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elementary iPack by neiio elementary iPack by neiio

...get your 'nome' on!

nome by neiio

This icon-patcher was created using 
iPack Builder v2: Tool for icon customization created & developed by Mr-Blade.

Bullet; Red  Now includes new folder icons  Check the Preview!

:bulletblue: Small update with the latest iPack Builder and a couple icons, i.e control panel, network...

Bullet; Green Included in the .zip you'll find a text-file with instructions about re-naming both the included elementary 7 and the Reload Icons Cache tool. 

Due to deviantART's policy concerning executable files, I've had to give this installer and the icon-reload tool the temporary ".ee" file extension. You'll need to change that extension for both files to an ".exe" that the files will then become 'elementary 7.exe' and 'Reload Icons Cache.exe'...

The iPack setup is simple. Simply double-click the patcher (You can skip through the ad that opens after the License Info). Unlike other icon-patchers, such as 7tsp, iPacks only need a single computer-restart after the patcher does its magic. Much faster than 7tsp.


Icons thanks to DanRabbit
elementary Icons by DanRabbit

Credits to Seahorsepip
 for the Drive icons and Desktop icon mods also for the live folders! :D

***This work is licensed under the GPL***

*Provided Instructions and setup tutorial thanks to my man Y-N-1-F
Comments and +fav's more than welcome!

Bullet; Green Jamie Green aka neiio.
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knallgrau21 Featured By Owner Edited 5 days ago  New member
How do you get the nice dark icons on the right image above for "Favorites, User Folder, Desktop, etc."? When I install "elementary dark grey symbolic" I just end up with the standard Windows icons.

Some folders will change to grey or blue counterparts. But most of the standard folders (especially those that contain media) won't.

There must be something wrong with my installation. I already tried deinstalling, rebooting and reinstalling elementary, but to no avail.

I am using Windows 8.1 in German on a Surface Pro 3.

I'd really love to use the icon pack. Can somebody help me, please?

link6155 Featured By Owner Oct 10, 2014  Hobbyist Interface Designer
Does iPack work under Windows 10?
xGaary Featured By Owner Oct 4, 2014
Not sure if this is intended and forgive me if it is I am not an artist like you.

Basically, the icon for live folders and icon for normal folders are not aligned. As a result, when a folder has only folders inside, it creates a folder inside folder effect. Now that may be intentional as there IS a folder inside a folder, but I am not a fan of how it looks. 
dEGOnstruction Featured By Owner Sep 30, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
hey, i love this, thanks for sharing!! one thing though, would it be possible for me to edit a particular icon? for example i have a dark VS, so the light icons are wonderful, but then the folders are blue and dont really match the all-white theme going on in the sidebar. so if its possible to edit particular icons i can just shove whatever i like in there. is that possible?
Skrell Featured By Owner Sep 29, 2014
where did you get the "square border" nome theme (in the middle of the your screenshot)?   I clicked the nome link but didn't see the square border version shown in any screenshot? 
neiio Featured By Owner Sep 29, 2014  Hobbyist Interface Designer
It's for Windows 8 only. :)
Skrell Featured By Owner Oct 2, 2014
and where is the link for it ?
TheFatWhiteLump Featured By Owner Sep 28, 2014
This is great. Iconpackager is pretty buggy on 8 so this is really useful. 
Mr-Blade Featured By Owner Sep 28, 2014  Student Interface Designer
I think you should edit the description , the iPack will work on windows 8 also so all 3 windows ( 7,8,8.1 ) are supported.
neiio Featured By Owner Sep 29, 2014  Hobbyist Interface Designer
Ok thanks!
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