On Mon, Jul 05, 2004 at 04:38:59PM +1200, Alastair Porter wrote:
> I've noticed that choosing the standard gnome icon themes in rox results
> in the folder icons especially not being shown. Most of the mime types,
> images, documents, text files etc change but on the folders i get a nice
> big ?
> I'm assuming it lies somewhere in the fact that the folder for the ROX
> icon theme is named mime-inode:directory.png, while a normal one (such
> as bluecurve) is named folder.png.
Yep. There's still a little way to go on standardising the names.
Possibly, we could get the filer to use this as a fallback, since it's a
pretty common one...
> I also get (Possibly because of this) no icons when i run nautilus (2.6)
> from within rox. I used to get them fine in the 2.4 nautilus series, i
> assume they changed something. MonoDevelop and the Gtk 2.4 filebrowser
> give me the same thing as well
ROX shouldn't change the theme other apps use. However, it's possible that
gnome-settings-daemon sets a theme when using GNOME, and ROX-Session
doesn't set the same XSetting. We should probably find out what setting
nautilus is using, and get LookAndFeel to allow setting that.
Thomas Leonard http://rox.sourceforge.net
tal00r at ecs.soton.ac.uk tal197 at users.sourceforge.net
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