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==Overview==
 
 
This article describes on how to add additional System or Third Party Icons for customization in Carbide.ui Themes.
 
  
 
==How To==
 
==How To==
  
1) Open Carbide -> Window -> Preferences
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# Open Carbide -> Window -> Preferences
 
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#: [[File:6-29-2009 7-41-14 AM.png]]
[[File:6-29-2009 7-41-14 AM.png]]
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# Expand the Carbide.ui option.
 
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# Select third party icons option.
2) Expand the Carbide.ui option.
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# Click on New  
 
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# In the New dialog select Non-Application as in this example we are going to set Icon for 5800 Music folder.
3) Select third party icons option.
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# Fill the Major ID and Minor ID for the folders. All Non-Application System Folders (like "Applications", "Games") are denoted by a Major ID and Minor ID. Whereas all application Icons are identified using their Application ID.
4) Click on New  
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#Repeat the above steps for adding more icons.
 
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5) In the New dialog select Non-Application as in this example we are going to set Icon for 5800 Music folder.
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[[File:6-29-2009 7-46-14 AM.png]]
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6) Fill the Major ID and Minor ID for the folders. All Non-Application System Folders (like "Applications", "Games") are denoted by a Major ID and Minor ID. Whereas all application Icons are identified using their Application ID.
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7) Repeat the above steps for adding more icons.
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==References==
 
==References==
 
* [[UID List of Nokia System Folders]]
 
* [[UID List of Nokia System Folders]]

Revision as of 08:42, 28 November 2012

This article describes on how to add additional System or Third Party Icons for customization in Carbide.ui Themes.

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Created: kamalakshan (29 Jun 2009)
Last edited: hamishwillee (28 Nov 2012)

How To

  1. Open Carbide -> Window -> Preferences
    6-29-2009 7-41-14 AM.png
  2. Expand the Carbide.ui option.
  3. Select third party icons option.
  4. Click on New
  5. In the New dialog select Non-Application as in this example we are going to set Icon for 5800 Music folder.
    6-29-2009 7-46-14 AM.png
  6. Fill the Major ID and Minor ID for the folders. All Non-Application System Folders (like "Applications", "Games") are denoted by a Major ID and Minor ID. Whereas all application Icons are identified using their Application ID.
  7. Repeat the above steps for adding more icons.


References

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