[ubuntu-art] request: tango style synaptic icons

Josué Alcalde González josuealcalde at gmail.com
Mon Apr 3 21:43:05 BST 2006

El lun, 03-04-2006 a las 18:01 +0200, Sebastian Heinlein escribió:
> hello,
> I "designed" the original package status icons in synaptic. It would be
> nice if someone could do some tango styled ones. The icons have to
> reflect the status of the package: 
>  - package is installed
>  - package is available (not installed)
>  - package is new (not installed and was added newly to the package
>                    repository)
>  - package is broken (there is an error in the package system)
>  - package is locked (cannot be updated, removed or installed)
>  - package is marked for installation 
>  - package is marked for removal
>  - package is marked for complete removal 
>  - package is marked for reinstallation
>  - package is marked for upgrade
>  - package is marked for downgrade
> New icons don't need to follow my old metaphor:
> At the moment I use a filled box to show that the package is installed.
> A white box represents an uninstalled package. Arrows indicate an
> upgrade (up arrow), downgrade (down arrow) or installation (left arrow).
> To be removed packages get a red cross.
> Furthermore we use the distribution icon in a separate column to
> indicate that the package is part of the official repository. It would
> be nice if someone could find a way to merge this to icons.
> I attached the currently used icons.
> Thanks,
> Sebastian

I have made them whith some copy paste.
I have only made a svg version. 22x22 and 16x16 would need a bit of
The supported status icons aren't to good, and they are only a proof of
concept. Perhaps, when a water mark icon they could look ok, but I think
they won't with 16x16 size.
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