Terminology has been updated in Bodhi linux 5.x and 6.0 repos.
== Additions == * Colorshemes: easily change the colors of the terminal * Add the following color schemes: Tango Dark, Tango light, Dracula, Belafonte Day, Belafonte Night, Material, Fahrenheit, Tomorrow Night Burns, PaleNight, Soft Era, One Dark, Cobalt2 * New translations: Chinese (Simplified), Japanese, Norwegian Bokmål, Russian and Ukrainian * Handle `OSC 12` to change the cursor color
== Improvements == * Translation updates for Catalan, Croatian, Danish, Dutch, French, German, Italian, Spanish * Add font search in the fonts panel * Set `TERM` to `xterm_256color` by default * Focus simplifications when going into the settings * Tests: better compatibility with debian-based systems
Well the thing is you can have any icon your heart desires for any application. I considered theme icons as place holders and probably change more than half of them for any particular theme. There are literally thousands of icons available.
There a couple of ways to skin this cat but this is how I do it. 1.) search around for the icon I want and download it. 2.) cut and paste into a folder .icons in /home/username (username is your user name). Sometimes I download an entire icon folder for a particular icon theme like Windows 7 or 10 for example and put that folder inside my .icons folder - then I have an additional icon set to choose from 3.) right click on the application on the shelf who's icon you want to change and click on icon. replace the path to the current icon to the path of the icon of your liking in your user .icon folder /home/username/.icons/icon-I-like.png - BTW you can also change the application label as well - for example I change Abiword to just Word.