KDE's Breeze Icons Get Expanded For Plasma 5.4
Written by Michael Larabel in KDE on 7 August 2015 at 11:29 AM EDT. 10 Comments
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For those wondering about the latest work done by the KDE Visual Design Group (VDG), they have more beautiful icons coming for Plasma 5.4.

For the Plasma 5.4 release, the Breeze icon set has been expanded from 1,600 icons to 3,000 icons. The Breeze icon set still isn't finished, but is getting into good shape for standard KDE apps plus some GTK applications like Firefox and LibreOffice.

Part of the reason why the Breeze icon set is expanding is because app-specific icons from standard KDE applications are being included now into the standard icon set. This affects both the Breeze and Breeze Dark themes and makes icon maintenance simpler and easier for the visual designers.

If you are interested in more details on the KDE Breeze icons for Plasma 5.4, see this blog post, that also includes screenshots. Plasma 5.4.0 is planned for its official debut on 25 August. Along with the new icons comes a new KDE wallpaper.
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