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as the default for Mint?

I was wondering which version of Mint uses that default theme?
Linux Mint with
Cinnamon desktop?
MATE desktop?
KDE desktop?
Xfce desktop?

I run the MATE desktop with Ubuntu be default and I never heard of
Mint-X as a default desktop icon theme for MATE.  I know that each
desktop environment I use, each has its own preferred icon and other
themes.  I even tried L.Mint with MATE and its MATE desktop looked the
same as my Ubuntu with MATE system.

So where does Mint-X come into the picture?
Does it overwrite the defaults for the desktop and do its own thing on
Mint and not with every other distro that uses the same desktop
environments that Mint has to offer?

When did it become the default theme?  and when did it become part of
all of the other d.e.'s and overwrite their defaults?

I love MATE, since I upgraded from Ubuntu 10.04 GNOME to 12.04 and
needed a d.e. that worked the same as 10.04's GNOME.  I hate Unity.  So
now if I choose Mint with MATE, I no longer get the default icon theme
that comes with MATE? or KDE? or Xfce?

On 10/02/2013 07:22 PM, Bamm wrote:
Thanks Kendy. How do I join the dev mailing list?

On Wed, Oct 2, 2013 at 11:55 PM, Jan Holesovsky <> wrote:
Hi Bamm,

Bamm píše v St 14. 08. 2013 v 15:16 +0800:

I am working on a Mint-X icon theme for Libre Office. Mint-X is the
default theme for Linux Mint.

Clement Lefebvre, the project leader of Linux Mint, has already
included my work in Mint 15 Olivia and an updated version will be part
of Mint 16.

We are having problems with the implementation though, because our
theme is not among the supported themes on Libre Office. We had to
pretend to be another theme for it to be detected. Specifically, we
named it because I noticed that Ubuntu's theme Human
is supported.

What steps do I need to take to have our icon theme included in Libre
Great to hear from you, and sorry for answering this late :-( - I read
mainly the dev mailing list...

Including a new icon theme to the default LibreOffice installation is
unfortunately not completely straight-forward, but the steps are
described here:

I hope it will help you - if you have trouble making it to work, best to
ask on the dev mailing list.

Hope that helps,

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