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10 Fine-looking Icon Sets for KDE Desktop

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Since plenty of you love our collection of icon sets for Ubuntu/GNOME Desktop, I'll be sharing to you all yet another set of my favorite desktop icons. This time, I'll try to cheer up some KDE users by showcasing a few excellent and fine-looking icon sets that are specially made for the K Desktop Environment. So without further delay, here they are:

1. Oxygen

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2. DarkGlass (reworked)

http://www.junauza.com/2008/09/10-fine-looking-icon-sets-for-kde_06.html




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thank. I'm a little under-the-weather today.

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