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Oxygen Icons Website Launched

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David Vignoni, Kenneth Wimer and Nuno Pinheiro, 3 of KDE's finest artists, are very proud to present the Oxygen website, explaining what Oxygen is and the direction it is going in. Oxygen is the new icon theme being created for KDE4.

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Apple HIG guidelines

Looks like someone has been reading the Apple Human Interface Guidelines. This might draw me back to KDE if the whole feel and look works together and KDE applications are highly consistent visually. Is there also any work done to make the same style widgets for both Qt/KDE and GTK/Gnome applications? This if done right could go a long way to catching up to Apple in ease of use.

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