Icon library for Total Commander in flat style

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Icon library for Total Commander in flat style

Post by *efesreal » 2016-05-23, 15:15 UTC

Flat Wcmicons
Icon library for Total Commander in flat style.

Install:
Extract zip file to Total Commander folder
Restart TC

Link: http://totalcmd.net/plugring/flatwcmicons.html

Flat FileIcons
Flat icon pack for Total Commander.

Install:
Extract zip file to Total Commander folder
Under part [Configuration] of Ini file
add or edit Iconlib value to
IconLib=%COMMANDER_PATH%\flat_FileIcons.dll
Restart TC

Link: http://totalcmd.net/plugring/flatFileIcons.html
Last edited by efesreal on 2016-05-26, 08:31 UTC, edited 1 time in total.

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Post by *phantom » 2016-05-23, 16:57 UTC

I would prefer the colour of the icon 112 and 113 for the smal arrows in the folder icons (085, 088, 149 and 163).

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    112 RGB=058, 165, 121
    113 RGB=058, 165, 121

    085 RGB=058, 165, 121
    088 RGB=000, 187, 000
    149 RGB=058, 165, 121
    163 RGB=000, 187, 000
And I think the arrows of the icons 088 are much better,

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than the arrows of the icon 085.

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And can you please add the correct icon number in follow icons:
"013, 014, 044, 054, 060, 070, 097, 106, 107, 108, 109, 122, 124, 125, 126, 127, 128, 129, 132, 153, 312"
These icons shows only the "internal ID" of the icon.

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Post by *vidz97 » 2016-05-23, 17:29 UTC

This is a great icon pack.

I found a problem, though: The link overlay (the little arrow in the left bottom corner) hides the original icon.

Are you planing on doing a drivelib?

Keep up the good work.

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Post by *Matthias030 » 2016-05-25, 17:45 UTC

Great set. In my eyes this a candidate for a new Icon set for TC 9.0! ;-)

Keep up your good work!

Thanks for this set,
Matthias

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Post by *mrp » 2016-05-26, 05:19 UTC

Just wanted to say: very nice!

I had to redo my toolbar but that being said, it made me think what I really need in there :-)
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Post by *rus73 » 2016-05-26, 07:22 UTC

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Post by *efesreal » 2016-05-26, 08:12 UTC

Updated.

2phantom
Fixed colors and arrows. Thanks for advice.

2vidz97
I'm not planning a drivelib. I'm using this disc icons:
tc_disk_icons v.1.0

I'm working on app icons for bars and file type icons for associations.

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Post by *phantom » 2016-05-27, 15:59 UTC

@efesreal, I've fixed the icon libary "wcmicons.dll". All icons show the correct number now.

wcmicons.zip

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Post by *efesreal » 2016-05-28, 12:27 UTC

@phantom

Image: http://fs5.directupload.net/images/160528/q42zxr4b.jpg

I've used internal command name as icon number. Why do you need correct icon number?

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Post by *phantom » 2016-05-28, 15:05 UTC

Because it is standard! Windows use a numeration in the shell32.dll library and Total Commander in the wcmicons.dll library. And also all program files (exe).

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Post by *tosbsas » 2016-05-29, 15:31 UTC

could you improve the system file icons. That ! in read looks ugly. Like in hiberfil.sys etc.
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Post by *fenix_productions » 2016-05-30, 09:46 UTC

Great pack…although it reminds me the one I've made (especially 0304_CM_SRCQUICKVIEW icon) :)
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Post by *Lefteous » 2016-05-30, 09:49 UTC

It reminds me of SpeedCommander... :x

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Post by *VSB » 2016-05-31, 08:50 UTC

tosbsas wrote:could you improve the system file icons. That ! in read looks ugly. Like in hiberfil.sys etc.
TC 9 will have new hidden file icons rendering

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Post by *krstatzar » 2016-06-01, 21:12 UTC

Icons are really good, only arrow for level up folder could be sharper though :wink:

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