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Dropline Neu by ertz Dropline Neu by ertz
A smooth, shiny and kind of fun looking theme for GNOME Desktop
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xeeew Featured By Owner Mar 14, 2008
I had been using your Neu icon theme that I found on gnome-art, but had moved on to shinier themes. I found this and could have sworn it was an update. Excellent work on this...
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Fluxid Featured By Owner Mar 14, 2007
I love your icons! I'm using them on my Gnome desktop :)
But i've a little question to you. I'm changing system graphics and menu icons on my mobile phone (Siemens ME75, almost the same OS as C75), because i hate them. And i wonder if i can use your icons (Dropline Neu! 0.6 PR3 - latest available i found on your blog). I want them only for my private use.
Also, i have to modify some of them (for example: remove "light" on addres book, remove warning on battery, make green "OK" status icon, add some emblems to "e-mail" icon [ie. SMS not send alert] and so on), but i couldn't find any license info on your blog...
If you agree, and if it will success, i'll upload screenshots of my phone on dA ;)

PS: Sorry for my language mistakes, if there are any...
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ertz Featured By Owner Mar 27, 2007
Fluxid,

There's an important file in the icon set's package, the file is COPYING, open it with a text editor and you'll notice they are released under the terms of the GNU General Public License version 2.

But to make it short: yes, you can create the theme for your phone using my icons :).

Have fun!!
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Fluxid Featured By Owner Mar 30, 2007
Ooops! I haven't noticed it. Thanks :)
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TommyE Featured By Owner Aug 13, 2005
it dont work. put them in a psd file, and then please send them to me.
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angrykeyboarder Featured By Owner Nov 9, 2005
Demanding aren't we? ;-)
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ertz Featured By Owner Aug 15, 2005
they'r all Scalable Vector Graphics, you can easily export all of them to PNG using Inkscape [link]
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