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humanity icons colors

A while back we've posted an article about Ambiance & Radiance Colors, a theme pack that provides Ambiance and Radiance available in 8 different colors. Well, since then matching GNOME Shell themes were added and the GTK themes got some fixes from Light Themes Evolved, like a dark sidebar for Nautilus or unified menu and titlebar.

The themes are beautiful, but a theme pack is not really complete unless you have a matching icon theme, so Jared, the Ambiance & Radiance Colors Theme Pack author, has released a recolord Humanity Icon theme called "Humanity Icons Colors", which comes in 8 colors, with support for both dark and light panels: blue,  graphite, green, orange, pink, red, yellow and purple.

And of course, the new icons look great with Ambiance & Radiance Colors. Here are a few screenshots:

humanity icons green

humanity icons colors

humanity icons red

humanity icons blue


Update: Ubuntu users can install Humanity Icon Colors theme using the RAVEfinity PPA (which also provides Ambiance & Radiance Colors):
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:ravefinity-project/ppa
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install humanity-colors
To apply one of the Humanity Icons Colors themes, use GNOME Tweak Tool or Ubuntu Tweak.

For other Linux distributions: download Humanity Icons Colors via Gnome-Look.


Also see: Ambiance & Radiance colors.


Thanks to Jared for the tip!
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