I hope I’m not doing anything too terrible here by reviving an old topic but I couldn’t agree more…
Which is why (with the help of a friend) I have split out all of these icons from the big SVG and put them all into their own files, each named with their corresponding icon name found in Blender’s icon viewer. Care was taken to make sure they all align to the grid, any Inkscape-specific data has also been stripped out, the resulting files should have better compatibility with Illustrator now. Note that this icon set only covers the 20×20px SVG icons, not the larger warning glyphs or the tool icons made in Blender.
EDIT: Just realized I’m a dummy and never really linked the actual repo link so here it is!
The following image is an example of some of the artifacts I ran across when saving the SVG sheet in Illustrator. Usually the file opens fine the first time, but saving the file causes Illustrator to shuffle some points around in strange ways. Removing this data and saving as standard SVGs seems to fix these issues… at least for me anyways.
This icon set should be up to date with all work on Blender’s icons available publicly, the spreadsheet editor icon is in there too! Should you want to switch your method of organization I would hope that you can benefit from the categorization work I’ve done here, note that I may add a few more icons to the set to make it more generally applicable although the only one I have added as of posting this is
There are seven icon files that I couldn’t find anywhere in Blender’s icon viewer, any assistance that anyone here would be able to provide toward assigning the proper names to these would be much appreciated.