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Ubuntu Mono Parcellite Icon by Ramzea Ubuntu Mono Parcellite Icon by Ramzea
I love Parcellite! It makes the clipboard work on Linux and has features I never knew I wanted in the frist place! My favorite thing about it is that when you're not using it, you hardly notice it's there. With that in mind, I attempted an icon to make it blend well with the other panel icons in Lucid's theme~

The instructions for it are included in the download!

Feel free to use it, share it, modify it, etc. but don't claim it as your own or sell it! O:
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:icondanielholm:
Thank you!Using it for Glipper.
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:iconjadamasa:
In order to reload your icon without logging out try to update the icons cache with:
sudo gtk-update-icon-cache -f /usr/share/icons/ICON_THEME

Where "ICON_THEME" is the icon theme for which you installed the new icon (For Ubuntu that would be Humanity).
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:iconzen808:
Thanks for posting this, it's so much better than what originally ships with CrunchBang.
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:iconansedor:
I use Ubuntu 12.04 and clipit as clipboard manager. I copied the icon into /usr/share/icons/hicolor/scalable/apps, renaming it to clipit-trayicon.svg and restarted cplipit. Works perfectly. Thank You.
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:iconramzea:
Good to know it still works somehow!
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:iconskaijo:
People like you make the ubuntu community awesome.
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:icontamratam:
Hello Ramzea!

I suggested your Parcellite icons to be added as default monochrome icons into ClipIt, which is based on Parcellite and stays with its good lightweight design. However, the author of the program said, that there is a problem with licenses. Creative Commons "Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike" 3.0 is not compatible with Debian licensing system. However, if you can drop "Noncommercial" part of the license, you icons can be added. This is needed for the ClipIt program to be distributed in Debian repositories (where also Ubuntu gets it).

What do you say? Would you like to have your icons added to ClipIt as default icons for Ubuntu build?

For ClipIt see [link] [link]

For Debian-compatible licenses see [link]
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:iconramzea:
I don't mind at all. The icon's kinda old but I failed recently at a reboot (I'm not very good with vector art). Anyway, I made the license CC-BY-SA so it should be compatible now.
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ilnanny Apr 13, 2011  Professional Digital Artist
Thanks for sharing :D
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:iconlalonge:
Try rename to editpaste or edit-paste.
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