The geometry tool works fine when all LPEs are enabled.

On Apr 25, 2009 10:56 AM, "Krzysztof Kosiński" <tweenk.pl@gmail.com> wrote:


I have completed converting the Tango icon set made by Jesusda to discrete
icons. The only missing icons are in the geometry tool (which doesn't seem
to work anyway), but I'll add them shortly. Should I make it the default for
Linux?

This would be accomplished by installing the contents of a subdirectory
named "tango" to $PREFIX/share/inkscape/icons/hicolor. Windows users would
still see the "hicolor" directory, but could rename the tango directory to
hicolor and see the Tango icons. Linux users could use the old icons by
putting them in ~/.icons/OldInkscape and modifying the index.theme file to
inherit from their theme of choice (Human, gnome, etc.). I'm preparing a
README with detailed instructions.

Regards, Krzysztof Kosiński
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