application icongmusicbrowser

This page is about the icons used in gmusicbrowser sorted in categories:

The icons in use can be in png or svg format. Since the sizes of the icons (e.g. on buttons) can be customized in the layouts there is no standard size for icons. Therefore it is recommended to use/create icons that scale well.

The folders where icon themes can be found are /usr/share/gmusicbrowser/pix/ (for the ones that come with gmusicbrowser) and /home/$USER/.config/gmusicbrowser/icons/ (for user-installed icon themes).

unique gmb icons

The standard icon-set is usually found in /usr/share/gmusicbrowser/pix. Custom themes can be put in subfolders (subfolder equals themename) and can then be selected in settings > layouts > icon theme (or in gmbrc > IconTheme: $themename).

With gmb-vol and gmb-queue you may add as many $n numbers as you like, e.g. up to gmb-queue100 or gmb-vol100. Your working hours spent on these icons are the only limit.
Even though there are no standard sizes indicators scale well at 16x16px, for buttons at least 24x24px is recommended.

icon name (without extension) icon description
gmb-case_sensitive indicator, sort-mode
gmb-case_insensitive indicator, sort-mode
gmb-filter indicator, means some filter is applied
gmb-invert when buttons are shown in the artist or album fpanes, the invert mode inverts the selection
(meaning: it filters out the selected artists/albums)
gmb-library indicator, means no filters applied
gmb-list indicator, means a static playlist is playing
gmb-lock indicator, can be artist, album or song lock
gmb-locklight indicator, hover for gmb-lock indicator
gmb-lyrics tab-icon for the lyrics- and webcontext-plugin
gmb-picture icon for setting an artist or album picture in the right-click context menu
gmb-playlist button icon for the browser layout
gmb-queue indicator, means there are songs enqueued
gmb-queue-window button icon for OpenQueue, with gmb-queue used as fallback
gmb-random indicator, means a weighted random mode is enabled
gmb-random-album button, used in the RandomAlbum widget, uses gmb-random as fallback
gmb-shuffle indicator, means shuffle mode is on
gmb-turnoff indicator, queue mode
(command after quitting gmb can be set in settings > misc > shutdown command)
gmb-vol0 indicator
gmb-vol1 indicator
gmb-vol2 indicator
gmb-vol3 indicator
gmb-volm indicator
gmb-wait indicator, queue mode
plugin-rip button icon for the rip-plugin
plugin-wikipedia button icon for the wikipedia-plugin
trayicon trayicon that is used by libgtk2-trayicon-perl

extra and custom icons

Since gmusicbrowser 1.1.5 there's some extra eyecandy for the Cover-widget: overlays for album covers or pictures when no album-cover is found. See this commit.
Example:
Cover(overlay=6×6:350×350:/usr/share/gmusicbrowser/pix/elementary/overlay.png,default=/usr/share/gmusicbrowser/pix/elementary/no_cover.png)

Users can also define their own custom icons and use them in layouts, e.g. for togglebuttons:
TogButton1(relief=none,size=button,icon=tree,widget=SongTree,togglegroup=1)

gtk-icons used in gmb

The icons displayed here are the standard stock icons from the gnome-project.
(No descriptions here, the icons are pretty self-explanatory. Otherwise look them up in the link to the gnome-project above.)

gtk-about
gtk-add
gtk-apply
gtk-cancel
gtk-clear
gtk-close
gtk-copy
gtk-delete
gtk-edit
gtk-find
gtk-fullscreen
gtk-go-back
gtk-go-down
gtk-go-forward
gtk-goto-bottom
gtk-goto-top
gtk-go-up
gtk-index
gtk-info
gtk-jump-to
gtk-media-next
gtk-media-pause
gtk-media-play
gtk-media-previous
gtk-media-stop
gtk-new
gtk-ok
gtk-open
gtk-preferences
gtk-quit
gtk-refresh
gtk-remove
gtk-save
gtk-save-as
gtk-sort-ascending
gtk-sort-descending
gtk-stop


customization/icons.txt · Last modified: 2013/04/03 06:29 (external edit)
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