Ubuntu 13.04. Gnome-shell by default. In the system for a long time i did not change, just do install the software update. Earlier is always the theme of icons was faenza. At one point, after rebooting the computer icons came off topic. Now, through no Gnome settings or through ubuntu tweaker I can not change it.
I had found that post before and installed all three theme packages. I get my Rhythmbox icons when I change the icons for the entire system to GNOME but I personally don't like the gnome icons. I use the Oxygen icons for everything so what alternatives can I go with. To be honest I would choose a new media player over setting my whole system to GNOME icons.
iLinux-iCons, a collection of icons for GNOME desktops that resemble the style and format of the ones found in the new iOS 7, has just reached version 8.7. Many developers are releasing icon packs, especially for GNOME-based desktops, that imitate or copy the style of the iOS 7 theme. This is the case with iLinux-iCons, which aims to provide the same feeling as its iOS counterpart.
Just extract the file and copy the folders to ~/.icons. Subdirectories are not detected so you need to make sure that the icon folders are the first subdirectory in ~/.icons:~/.icons/gnome-braveand not:~/.icons/gnome-colors/gnome-braveThe new icons will show up in the settings where you can select them, no need to install.
I'm using Lubuntu 12.04.1 on a 64bit machine. I'm trying to change my icons to the suede set, but only the gnome icons load. I've tried installing the suede theme manually by downloading it from gnome-look.org and extracting to /usr/share/icons/ and also by installing via Synaptic.
As I strongly disliked the original icons in Gnome-Commander I have created a mime-icon set that features the (to me) most important icons in Ubuntu's Humanity theme style.
When you use this your GC will look more like, e. g. Nautilus.
Just unzip and replace the icons in usr/share/pixmaps/gnome-commander/mime-icons with the ones you find in the unzipped folder.