For some reason I cannot see any icons for several applications I have installed. There are no icons for SELinux and none for VFTP. I need to change some settings through their configuration files using the GUI's for SELInux and VSFTP.
Can someone please tell how to get these icons to display in the Show Applications Window
I previously enabled the display of the Computer, Home, Trash, and Network Servers icons on the desktop on Ubuntu 12.04, probably using MyUnity. Today, I installed a custom icon set and after rebooting, all four icons disappear from the desktop. I switched back to the default icon set, all of this using MyUnity, and rebooted.
I recently installed and updated fedora 16; did the updates then upgraded to Fedora 17. Post upgrade, I appear to have lost all widgets in the options box except windows, generic empty application launcher workspace/desktop selectors. The system information widget shows but is greyed out. I cannot add links to individual applications to the panels either.
When I use two monitors, the desktop area changes to incorporate the display areas of the two monitors. When I have a large number of icons on the desktop in this configuration, I encounter the problem of having the icons run outside of the displayed area. The icons become accessible only through the use of Nautilus etc.
I have the same issue since (no exaggerating) years ago. I've several times tried to google the problem, and even posted in forums, but never got any results.Everything started with Skype: I realized that, when running skype in Xfce, the program menus had no icons, whereas in other desktops (same or different OS) the icons were there.
Very tired of KFInd. Does anyone know what I need to install or configure in order to have catfish display these icons? I haven't tested in another environment yet because I don't plan on using anything but KDE. See the pic for what I mean about missing icons.
The Numix Project has issued its tenth upgrade for the Numix-Circle Linux Desktop Icon Theme, and it features a lot of application icons. This Numix-Circle theme has been updated and, according to its designer, it uses circle-shaped application icons. The icon pack has been getting more and more icons, and the number of supported applications is now well over 600.