tis 2005-07-12 klockan 12:30 -0400 skrev beartooth:
On a machine otherwise successfully upgraded from FC1 to FC4 (now
have the proper yum.conf, thanks to this list), I am unable to put the
proper icon onto the launcher for Epiphany 1.6.1 (upgraded from 1.0.8
under FC1 -- where it did have the icon).
epiphany.png is available from
-- I got a copy, saved it
to my home directory, and copied it from there as root into three or four
That icon is included with FC4, it's called web-browser.png:
It's part of the gnome-icon-theme package. The Epiphany launcher uses
that icon by default, so you should be able to just drag the launcher
from the menu to the panel. Maybe you need to delete the old launcher
and re-add it?
FC4 has at least five files with launcher icons :
/usr/share/emoticons/* (which has other things, too)
/usr/share/epiphany/art (where epiphany.png oughtta be, no? It wasn't.
-- and various other folders have a few each, much like ~/epiphany/art.
I copied the saved image into both /usr/share/icons and
/usr/share/pixmaps, because I know the ones that show up when you
right-click on a browser icon may come at least from those, and also into
(I haven't been able to guess how FC4 chooses where to offer icons from; I
had to jump through hoops to get the Big Red Lizard onto Mozilla ...)
You know there's a "Browse..." button on the top right of the icon
selection box, so that you can specify an image located anywhere for a
Then I tried right-clicking on Properties for the current icon I had
stopping the epiphany gap, and then on the icon. Sure enough, the array it
showed me now included epiphany.png. It let me highlight it, and put it in
the Properties box.
BUT when I closed that, I got an error box saying "Failed to load image
epiphany.png. Details: Icon not found." And sure enough, the browser
drawer is showing the orange question mark again -- even though, when I
open the Properties box by right-clicking on that, it shows *not* the
mark, but epiphany.png!
That sounds strange, perhaps you need to manually update the gtk icon
cache. Run gtk-update-icon-cache as root. But you really shouldn't have
to put the icon there in the first place, the Epiphany launcher in the
main menu already uses the icon you want.