hi alli am new to e17, and have met some problems with iconsmany apps dependes on hicolor-icon-theme (such like firefox).but it seems that e17 can not find the icons in a icon theme (can not find firefox.png in /usr/share/icon/hicolor/48x48/apps/firefox.png)i have searched and the google says icon theme can be choosed in [ settings > setting panel > look > icon theme ]but there is no icon
This is a bump. This is a relevant xkcd.The error described in this thread is due to a wrongly formated index.theme file. Search $HOME/.icons, $XDG_DATA_DIRS/icons, and /usr/share/pixmaps (source) for relevant index files and confirm they have Name and Directories entries:[Icon Theme]
Hey guys i am happy to share with you my theme which i have created with very much effort.
-1150 minimalist icon with long shadow effect
-8 Beautiful hd wallpapers
-Inbulit app to apply theme and access wallpaper
-Masking of unthemed icons
Download it from play store:)
I am using this code to set appropriate appindicator icon for my application. Basically I set separate mono dark/light icon for Ambiance and Radiance theme in order to integrate my app into Unity desktop just like many other apps do. This works well, but what I noticed is that other apps (Tomboy, thunderbird...) update their appindicator icons immediately after the theme is changed.
I am trying to make a CyanogenMod icon theme and I need to ask a few questions:
What do you do if you want to change icons of an app on SD? Do you push and then make a folder?
How do you change the icons of Google Apps (ie Play Store, Gmail)?
I have noticed that if I change the icon theme using lxappearance some applications don't reflect this change while others do. For example, Iceweasel will use the theme's icon, as will abiword or gedit, but emacs and terminator will not. I have tried numerous themes, and checked to make sure there was an icon provided for the apps, and this same result occurs.