Oxygen Icons for GNOME
As the normal Tango compliant Oxygen theme misses certain GNOME specific icons that some programs use, it tends to cause some icons to fall back to the original vanilla GNOME icons which clash with the Oxygen icons. This theme is designed to add in many of the missing icons, and in cases where the icon is not found, it will fall back to using icons from the Elementary theme (if installed).
The original Oxygen Icons are part of the Oxygen project
Oxymentary Monochrome provides monochrome icons for use on light colored panels. It is a version of Elementary Monochrome designed to use the Oxymentary Icons instead of the Elementary Icons.
How to install?
· Right click on your desktop and select Change Desktop Background
· Click on the first tab: Theme
· Drag and drop the theme's archive in the Appearance Preferences window.
· If everything is OK, you will receive a confirmation message and you can activate the theme just by clicking on it.
GNOME is an international effort to build a complete desktop environment—the graphical user interface which sits on top of a computer operating system—entirely from free software. This goal includes creating software development frameworks, selecting application software for the desktop, and working on the programs which manage application launching, file handling, and window and task management.
GNOME is part of the GNU Project and can be used with various Unix-like operating systems, most notably Linux, and as part of Java Desktop System in Solaris.
The name originally stood for GNU Network Object Model Environment, though this acronym is deprecated. The GNOME project puts heavy emphasis on simplicity, usability, and making things “just work”.