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Moving forward with Composr

ocPortal has been relaunched as Composr CMS, which is now in beta. ocPortal 9 will be superseded by Composr 10.

Head over to compo.sr for our new site, and to our migration roadmap. Existing ocPortal member accounts have been mirrored.


Oxygen Icons

This theme replaces many of ocPortal's default icons with those from the Oxygen project , which makes icons primarily for the KDE Software Compilation. I've stuck to the image sizes used by default, so these should just drop-in, and I've tried to stick to the same subject matter where possible. This theme falls back to the default for everything except the icons, so it should be fine for the admin and CMS zones too. Hope you enjoy :)

Additional information

The theme itself was exported from a fresh ocPortal 5.0.3 installation. If you find a mismatch between an icon and its use then please let me know in the replies and I'll see if I can replace it :)

If you want to use these icons in your own theme then go ahead, but please include the COPYING and LGPL-3 files which contain copyright information, and the source (included, in the src folder) if possible. The source consists of every custom and modified file used to make the theme, in Scalable Vector Graphics format (a good tool for editing these is Inkscape). If you can't find an SVG of the icon you're after in the sources I've included, then I've either worked directly on the PNG and thus there's no SVG equivalent, or else the file is unmodified from the default Oxygen sources (or Crystal, in the case of the speech bubbles). The full archive can be found at ftp://ftp.kde.org/pub/kde/stable/<version number>/src/oxygen-icons-<version number>.tar.bz2 where <version number> is whichever KDE version you like (the higher the better).

Update v1.1: I've made a small update, I've run the pagepics and newscats images through the pngnq PNG compressor. They are now 8-bit rather than full RGBA, but are less than half their previous size. The other images remain as-is, since only a small fraction of their size was taken off, and the loss in quality doesn't seem worth it.

Images