Where to find icons from Chrome-Round

Love Elive more like ever before. Been following this since the beginning.
Question: Where to find icons from Chrome-Round?
Tried all possible folders, but must be overlooking something
Coming from macOS this is slightly different; Been running FreeBSD for years (not my job)
So if anyone could give me some directions, I would be very grateful.
I am retired (71 years young) and tremendously enjoy this absolutely beautiful creation.
Can't program, although tought myself Java, C++ but never pursued any career in that.
Worked in the kitchen as a professional chef for 50 years .... lol

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First of all
a very warm welcome @freebsd124 !

:hug:

I have my roots in macOS, too - since 6 or 7 years am a Linux passionate...

Alas I don't get what you are asking;
are you looking for icons FOR the chrome browser -
or are you looking for icons for the Cairo dock (actually there is a "Chrome-Round" theme.... )
or :confusing:

Btw:

LOL - even FreeBSD "is slightly different" ... :rofl2:

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Thanks for t he welcome. enjoy coming here :grin:
I am running the Chrome-Round theme, but looking for the icons from this particular theme and where they reside within Elive.

@freebsd124

So we are talking about the theme for Enlightenment (?).
Which release are you on, with which 'E' ; e16, e22, e23....
Elive 32bit stable release, or 64bit testing ...

After we are clear with these, we can contact @triantares ,
he is very keen with theming on Elive :wink:
:nod:

The release I'm on is, e16 on the 3.8.2, 64bit beta testing
I'll take a screenshot

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ping @triantares, can you help, pls;
@freebsd124 is looking for the icons of the Chrome-Round theme
and where they reside within e16 on 3.8.2_ β AMD64... :confusing:
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(@freebsd124 - triantares will for sure reply later today)
:work:

Welcome into the Elive familly @freebsd124

JF ( MTL / Canada... I'm 52 BTW, not too far behind you...).

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I'm Canada too and 66 years young.

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I'm Italy and 21 :slight_smile:

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Thanks for the welcome Yoda; I live near Arnhem (Movie :bridge to far, rings a bell?)

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I don't have access to a computer for the moment but I suspect Chrome, like Mozilla keeps it's icons in an own folder somewhere.
Either in your home ditectory as a hidden file or else prolly in /usr/share.
And greetings from Terneuzen.Nl

the question is basically "how" you installed that theme, if is from a package (ideal), you can check the installed contents as:

dpL packagename

if you installed it from a tarball / script / etc well, you need to read the terminal logs where it may be displayed or the script to install to know the location where they are put