By default, the Ubuntu System menu icons are rendered invisible. You can toggle them on with this simple command:
gconftool-2 --type Boolean --set /desktop/gnome/interface/menus_have_icons True
on 03/20/2010 – Made popular on 03/20/2010
This tutorial will guide to to add icons to the system menu list quickly in Ubuntu 10.04 Lucid Lynx. I don’t know if you’ve noticed, but the system menu doesn’t have icons like other menus. In this tutorial, I’ll show you how to add icons if want you want to.
Maybe some of you did not realize that in Ubuntu Lucid Lynx, there are no icons on the System Menu. The icons are exist on the Applications and Places menu. It still in doubt why Ubuntu team doing this.
There's nothing in the gnome's menu that allows this. According to google in ubuntu it's in 'System -> Administration -> Login Screen Setup'. Is that an installable on Arch?Use gconftool-2 to change the appearance of gdm. Example:
sudo -u gdm gconftool-2 --get /desktop/gnome/interface/icon_theme
to get the current icon theme.
Hello. Was wondering if anyone knows where on my ubuntu 11.10 installation are the window icons for the default Adwaita gtk+theme when the window is maximized. I want to create a window theme that uses these so that when the windows are not maximized (and therefore have their own set of window buttons) the button icons are the same as when maximized (i.e. they match).
I have been fighting with checkgmail and pidgin, because after a while their tray icons disappear in unity. Also the black message boxes don't show up with pidgin (e.g. when someone writes a message to me), when the task tray icons are not visible. Weirdly enough, when I switch between workspaces, the icons are visible during the switching.