mouuu11 wrote:Cairo isn't in ccr, yaourt i don't know how to use it or where i can find it.Other icon cannot be installed on chakra downloaded by deviant art and these were used in chakra (i ve seen some images of desktop)For the changes to be reflected on your system you need to either install icons pack (or themes) from within KDE's control panel known as System Settings or manual
As the opensuse icon of kmenu doesn't match my color scheme, I want to change the icon. I now this can be done by right clicking the icon go to properties, but this is just a temporary fix. Whenever I switch between kickoff and kmenu, the opensuse icon is back...
With kde 4.3.3 I managed to fix it by replacing the icons:
I created a shortcut for a website and added it to my taskbar. The icon shows as the Firefox icon. I tried selecting a different icon but there was not an icon for my website. I created an icon using Gimp and copied it into the file for icons (usr/share/icons/Mint-X/apps/48) and it looks ok in the preview pane but when I try to replace the Firefox icon it goes to a default icon.
fifas wrote:Thanks for you guide. But again I don't want to ''make elephant out of the fly''. Replacing part of openbox with xfce.....Too much fuss for such small thing.I hope soon someday will fix this bug.Me too, and you could experiment with different icon-themes.
I have written an Android app and now I want to give flat look to the app. I have tried a few ways of making it look flat For example by changing the background of widgets with flat image icons, however that didn't turn out well on different res/screen size devices.
I use lvm for my Documents, Videos etc. I am replacing my Documents, Music, Pictures, Videos folders with symbolic links to the respective logical volumes and still want to retain all the default functionalities and look. First, I right clicked and went to /usr/share/icons/Humanity/icons/64 to select icons. But when I view the icons in nautilus they are slightly smaller than the default icons.