Merge pull request #61 from pop-os/54-simplescan-icon
fix: Show simple scan icon
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Pop_Icons is the icon theme for Pop!_OS. It uses a semi-flat design with raised 3D motifs to help give depth to icons.
Pop_Icons take inspiration from the Adwaita GNOME Icons.
This project has mixed licencing. You are free to copy, redistribute and/or modify aspects of this work under the terms of each licence accordingly (unless otherwise specified).
The icon assets (any and all source
.svg files or rendered
.png files) are licenced under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 License.
Included scripts are free software licenced under the terms of the GNU General Public License, version 3.
When reusing this work please include a proper attribution:
It is recommended to install Pop_Icons through your system package manager, e.g.:
sudo apt update sudo apt install pop-icon-theme
If your OS does not package Pop_Icons, you can install them from git:
git clone https://github.com/pop-os/icon-theme pop-icon-theme cd pop-icon-theme meson build sudo ninja -C "build" install
By default it installs to
/usr/ but you can specify a different directory with a prefix like:
After which you should be able to pick Pop as your icon or cursor theme in GNOME Tweaks, or you can set either from a terminal with:
# set the icon theme gsettings set org.gnome.desktop.interface icon-theme "Pop" # or the cursor theme gsettings set org.gnome.desktop.interface cursor-theme "Pop"
To uninstall Pop, simply run the following. (If you installed it without superuser priveleges just omit the
sudo ninja -C "build" uninstall
Once uninstalled you can reset your icon and cursor theme to the default setting by running the following.
# reset icon theme to default gsettings reset org.gnome.desktop.interface icon-theme # reset cursor theme to default gsettings reset org.gnome.desktop.interface cursor-theme
You can file an icon request as a GitHub issue. Filing an icon request or reporting a missing icon, please take care in providing the following useful information:
Note: Pop does not supply icons for third-party applications, only those which come with Pop!_OS.
Pop_Icons use Sam Hewitt's Paper icons as an arcitechtural base, although the icon artwork is new. If you would like to support development by making a donation you can do so here or by becoming a supporter on Patreon or Liberapay. 😊