Of course, they are file previews, and that’s why the post is here, not on the other thread, even though it involves the Yaru icons, which I looked in to.
Regarding Yaru icons, I had converted all the icons in the
256x256 folder in the folders
status to svg and resized them to other sizes, 16x16, 24x24, 32x32, 48x48 and @2x. Now, I can see how they look in those folders, without the fuzziness. When, I’d have some more free time, I’d convert the rest of the icons in other folders too.
Btw, the Yaru icons concern Nautilus 3.30.4 and vice versa as both are
going to be default in the upcoming Ubuntu 19.04, so having the icons in svg format is much better.
(Also btw, I never cared too much for icons, how they looked and so on, for all they do is to give something to click on to open the app I wanted, nothing else. So, the old Humanity icons were quite all right. So, I went ahead getting myself a express study on how icons are made and how they work, etc.)
Thanks, I didn’t know that.
If you look at the first image in the #71 in this thread, you’d notice that the orange icons have different names, but they are the same. They should have a small whitish sign inside them to distinguish them, don’t you think so? Or, they are not needed in that folder, except the solitary folder.png? This is same in folders 32x32, 24x24 and the relevant @2x.