Human-O2 is an Icon-Set based on Hydroxygen (Oxygen) -Icon-Set. The idea was born when I used the Hydroxygen-Theme on my Ubuntu-desktop, and I thought it would be really great if the Human-Theme would be so complete and wonderful. So I started to create a fusion between both. To get an almost perfect Human-feeling I had to modify a lot icons. I also included some icons I draw in the last time, and some icons (free – non commercial) I found in the “world wide web”.
Lot of icons in small sizes were corrected by myself OR for a closer Human-feeling modificated!
For UBUNTU [Gnome]-Users:
To install the theme, please unzip this file and then doubleclick on “install.sh”. Don’t use the deb-file for installation, because you won’t enjoy the options-menu to customize this icon-set. After installing go to the Theme-Appearance-Manager/Symbols and choose the Human-O2 Icon-Set.
For Kubuntu [KDE]-Users:
The best is maybe to install the deb-file and then using the Terminal with typing “sudo Human-O2.sh” for come to the option-menu. At least you can choose this Set in your Appearance-Manager (OR you download the regular tar.gz-file [where the penguin is])
The problem in KDE 4 was, that I couldn’t run the “install.sh” script by clicking or using the Terminal.
What is better with the Deb-Version: