On Tue, 12 Jul 2005 15:01:31 -0500, Gain Paolo Mureddu wrote:
Yes, and this does not happen exclusively with Epiphany. It pretty
happens when you have an icon "outside" the scope of your currently used
icon theme (I know 'cause I use a custom one). Even though many
applications icons are in place in my current theme, there's quite a bit
of them missing (like Amarok, for instance...) I found that I had to add
the inherited icon theme I wanted to use for some icons too (I'm
currently using a Mac-esque icon theme, and I had to inherit the
crystal icon theme too).
I'm not sure I understand "inherit" in this context. I did say, I think,
that the machine in question is one that I upgraded from FC1 to FC4 -- and
should have said, if I didn't, that everything including the icon was
normal before the upgrade. So I should have inherited -- if I understand
Sure enough the panel would complaint about not having an icon
for the launcher, that file was missing and such and such. I wonder why
is the file not being seen when it fells outside the scope of you
currently used icons theme, unless you inherit the icon (or link the
icon you want into your theme's expected directory, like
To judge from the error box I get, FC4 seems to expect it to be in
/usr/share/icons/gnome rather than the one above, where it is.
At least there's a bugzilla now about it.
Oh good. By yourself? Thank you for that. I can't seem to get my head
around bugzilla for some reason ....
Beartooth Neo-Redneck, Linux Evangelist
FC4, YDL 4; Pine 4.63, Pan 0.14.2.91; Privoxy 3.0.3;
Dillo 0.8.5, Opera 8.01, Firefox 1.0.4, Epiphany 1.6.1
Remember that I have little idea what I am talking about.