Yes. Also, they are more intended for use on a dark background. For example:> There are two sentences regarding the content and I don't see how they fit > together. And I don't understand the difference between icons and symbolic > icons. Icons are symbols and thus they are symbolic. Did I miss something? Maybe it's talking about "symbolic icons" in this sense: http://www.freedesktop.org/wiki/SymbolicIcons
Feel free to propose another wording for the package description....though reading that doesn't makes it much clearer to me what the term is intended to convey. *All* desktop icons are necessarily 100% symbolic, in that they represent things, so what could it possibly mean to single out a particular set of icons as the symbolic ones? Maybe when this package description says "symbolic" it means "graphically simple"?
Of course not.I hope end users aren't going to be expected to learn this unfortunate new piece of developerese.
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