You are not logged in.


Tuesday, August 10th 2004, 5:06am

How to...?

I am russian user, and i can write incorrect anything, but i want ask, how to view the KDE icons in Windows (XP)? Is it real? Please, if it real, can sombody write on my email (jur@email.SU not RU ;)) how to do it. Please!!!! I very need it!!!



Posts: 622

Location: Sydney

Occupation: Student

  • Send private message


Tuesday, August 10th 2004, 2:09pm

all kde icons are encoded in the PNG format - a common image standard.

It is a matter of copying the icon files over to a partition (FAT or NTFS) so that windows can read it, and opening the files with an applications such as Macromedia Fireworks, or any other respectable application. I am not sure (but likely) if windows has native png support for images.

The kde icons are located at either:




where KDE_SYSTEM is your prefix - which you can find with kde-config --prefix


Tuesday, August 10th 2004, 2:39pm


But I download icon pack and there *.svg files, what is it? i don't found any png files in this pack.


Tuesday, August 10th 2004, 3:10pm

ok, I load oter icons, its png, but how to view svg? photoshop, irfanviewer ACDsee cant read it... Linux I cant install because in my town its dont sale, and i cant to download it... internet connection is too slow.



Posts: 81

Location: Helsinki, Finland

  • Send private message


Tuesday, August 10th 2004, 4:14pm


you can find svg viewer for windows here
Siili teki maalin.


Tuesday, August 10th 2004, 5:28pm


And i can view it only in internet browser... Now i will look for linux. But in my "ebonutom" (non-translatable) Town (Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky, its nine hour on air) no any place where i can found any linux. So thanks for help, i hope my english is not so bad as i think.