Looks like XFCE redid their icons based on our most recent GNOME icon style :P

A bit of pedantry:
- Ideally all icons should cover a similar area, but since all base shapes have the same height here, the square icons are way too big
- A number of icons that really need some gradients/3D don't have any (e.g. the coffee cup in the preview icon)
- Some icons have Tango-ish 1px lines and gloss, which feel out of place (e.g. the x and gear emblems in the top left)

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@tbernard Hi i'm one of the authors of the new icons. Thanks for the feedback and maybe we can talk/collaborate a bit more on how to improve the set if you wish :D

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