seems incredible that the Oxygen Icons have not yet reached GNOME in a position, because, come, come, but are either not updated packages ever (there are still things around since 2008 without renewal), or the maintainer dropped them into oblivion, or directly deleted.
Oxymentary meets Oxygen typical KDE icons in one package for GNOME , and why the name is that when it is not an icon, replace it with the equivalent of Elementary package , in the case to be installed (then it is appropriate that they are).
It’s weird, because just the Oxygen icon set is huge , much more than that of Elementary, but that’s how I explain UPD8 WEB, where I draw the news and the following capture much more dramatic than that heads this post.
Oxymentary detail is that monochrome includes icons for the panel , but so far only for light color schemes. Either way we talk about a version 0.1 , so that supposedly improves with subsequent updates (at least hope to be so).You can download
Oxymentary in GNOME-Look, where the author has posted that you should unzip the package in “/ usr / share / icons” to install on your system, or “~. icons” if only what you want for your user.