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Vivacious Icon Suite


Xfce Icon Theme

Score 57%
Open Source Design Project
Vivacious Icon Suite

Vivacious Icon Suite

Vivacious Icon Suite

Homepage:  Link
Downloads:  12131
Submitted:  Jun 11 2015
Updated:  Feb 17 2016


Vivacious is a vivid, modern and customizable GTK icon theme.
With a style of it's own.

Featuring an completely NEW set of application icons (Re-designed by RAVEfinity based on Plasma-Next, Flattr and Emerald. But now a lot different). And amazing folders and indicators. All the icons in vivacious are modern and clean but make use of gradients and shading for more detail and sophistication. Vivacious uses a fusion of components from many great open source icon projects. But we add to and develop many new aspects of our own on top of this Including taking on new App icon development & re-design and other aspects as needed.

New 1.4 Version Features many new and improved app icons, New apps icons for apps like Gnome Software, Builder. Chess. Etc. And other fixes and enhancements.

Fully tested/built to work on most major GTK desktops including:
Unity, Cinnamon, Gnome Shell, Gnome Classic, Mate, Xfce, LXDE, Openbox and more.

Theme Requires about 58 MB When installed.
And Up to 90 MB if you decide to install the 10 extra folder colors addon.

4 Colors of Folders are Selectable by default:
Stock Manila Folders, Blue, Purple, Mint Teal.

10 More Folder Colors Are Available Via "Vivacious-Folder-Colors-Addon"
Aqua ,Graphite ,Blue Vivid (Dark), Brown, Green, Purple Vivid (Dark),Red, Pink, Orange, Yellow.

Vivacious Colors is based on our tried and true Vibrancy Colors icon theme framework (Folders, Indicators, Actions etc). However we have completely replaced the rounded App icons with a newly re-designed (With some parts built from scratch) Set of vivid and beautiful application icons that come in multiple shapes and are fully SVG.

Vivacious uses Plasma Next icons as a base for our app icons. However we have overhauled the look of nearly everything (to match our design vision) We have also created lots of new icons and redesigned many aspects. The theme has also been built out so nearly all common apps and even uncommon ones "theme" with our theme! A huge thanks to the Emerald Icon theme and Vince Luice for his hard work making Plasma Next Icons more GTK friendly. Vivacious is based on Emerald and Plasma but we look different as we have gone in a different direction.

Please Support All The Great Open Source Icon Themes/Projects
who make up this theme and make it possible:


Vivacious would not be possible without the hard work of Uri Herrera.
Creator of Plasma-Next and Flarr Icons. Please Support Uri.

Special Thanks to Vince Liuice for his hard work bringing plasma icons to GTK and adding lots of app links.

Please see the full credits here:


Licensed: CC BY SA.
& Some Parts GPL v2

Need Help Installing Or Using This Theme?
Read Our Easy Howto Guide. And Other Theme Related Help At Our Website's Help Section: http://www.ravefinity.com/p/help-faq.html

Overall Development, New Design & Creative Direction:
(C) RAVEfinity Project 2014-2015, Jared Sot. (Licensed, Creative Commons SA, https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/us/)

Instructions for Installing this theme from the Official RAVEfinity PPA can now be found on the download page!

Theme is now available in Debs Packages and in our PPA! Thanks to Noobslab.

Please take a second to rate if you have the time and an account. Enjoy.

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 by Enthymeme on: Jul 2 2015
Score 63%

It's like Plasma 5's default icon theme but better.

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 Re: Nice.

 by MoonDragon on: Jul 2 2015
Score 63%

I agree with that :) and it works great on both Xfce and GNOME 3.16

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 Re: Re: Nice.

 by Ravefinity on: Jul 3 2015
Score 50%
Open Source Design Project

Thanks for the kind words Amigos. First comments I have seen on XFCELook.org in awhile.

Not sure if they would want it but I am gonna be sending the FireFox, Chrome and other Icons we did back to PlasmaNext Icons to use if they want.

Its a shame but it's a bit hard for Open Source designers to do things together at times because we aren't in the same building like some designers get to be discussing things. Hope this can be improved. I mean those who work on GIThub together is a start but not a really consist way to work twords something as a team unless it's well established. Or people know what to do.

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 Re: Re: Re: Nice.

 by MoonDragon on: Jul 10 2015
Score 63%

well, the thing is: your icons are a mix of different people's work but they go together well and are nicely packaged.. the mods are good too!
Nice cohesive work every time

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 Missing some icons.

 by Tux562 on: Dec 11 2015
Score 50%

I am missing some icons when installed it. And I don't get the circle icons like hte picture.

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 Re: Missing some icons.

 by Ravefinity on: Feb 17 2016
Score 50%
Open Source Design Project

Sorry. Not sure why this would be. What Distro, Desktop and how did you install?

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