Very cool Tango Icon Theme for GNOME

Have been used my Fedora 9 desktop for half a year, I really got bored with the default Fedora Themes, especially the default icons theme, so I tried to look for a better one on the whole net, and I was so excited when I found the unofficial tango icon theme. It’s high quality and looks very cool. The Tango team is just the contributor of GNOME icons themes, so their icons have a good visual metaphor for Nautilus and other GNOME modules.

Well, the photo above is just captured when the Tango Icons installed while I am chatting with a friend with China Mobile’s Fetion IM service (using LibFetion), and at that time, a friend on Google Talk coming online in the Gossip messenger. 🙂

Now, I have a very fresh feeling after logging in my desktop, and it has a different, much more better looking like a new OS with a different, fresh-new experience 🙂

And I want to recommend some sites that help you to customise your Fedora (or other Linux distro) desktop, one is http://www.gnome-look.org (for KDE users, go to http://www.kde-look.org), you all know this site 🙁 Another one I’d like to introduce to you is the GNOME Art http://art.gnome.org/, and tell you the truth, the official Tango icon theme is just downloaded from there. I found a cool GNOME wallpaper too, which I will set it as my wallpaper this night.

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