Today we are going to show another beautiful icon theme called, Super Flat Remix. As the name implies, Super Flat Remix is a flat icon theme.
Flat icons are more popular now a days and we have covered several flat icon theme in the past like, Masalla, etc.
Super Flat remix is a pretty simple icon theme, derived from Ultra Flat Icons, Paper Evopop and Numix-Circle icon themes. Its design is mostly flat with a subtle use of shadows, highlights and gradients for some depth.
It is available for all major desktop environment such as GNOME, Unity, KDE, Cinnamon, Xfce etc.
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Install Super Flat Remix Icon Theme on Linux
Just clone the developer github repository and move the
INSTALL script to install Masalla Icon Theme.
$ cd /opt $ sudo git clone https://github.com/daniruiz/Flat-Remix $ cd Flat-Remix $ sudo mv Flat\ Remix/ /usr/share/icons/
Install Flat Remix Icon Theme on Arch based systems
We can easily install Flat Remix Icon Theme on Arch based system such as Arch Linux, Antergos, Manjaro & Apricity OS through AUR repo.
$ yaourt -S super-flat-remix-icon-theme or $ packer -S super-flat-remix-icon-theme
Choose the Icon
Finally choose the Icon based on the desktop environment tool to activate it.
GNOME Desktop:Gnome Tweak Tool >> Appearance >> Choose the Icon from the drop-down box followed by “Icons” >> Finally close the App
Unity Desktop:Unity Tweak Tool >> Appearance >> Icon >> Choose the desired icon from the list >> Finally close the App
Cinnamon Desktop:Menu >> Appearances >> System Settings >> Theme >> Choose the desired icon from the drop-down box >> Finally close the System Settings
LXDE Desktop:Menu >> Appearances >> Customize Look and Feel >> Icon Theme >> Choose the desired icon from the list >> Apply >> Finally close
XFCE Desktop:Menu >> Settings >> Appearance >> Icons “Choose the desired icon from the list” >> Finally close