On Sat, Jul 12, 2014 at 3:54 AM, <meets@gmx.fr> wrote:
I am not testing nor using your work for the time being, just following the discussions
here. I send this mail to you because an idea just popped up while reading your answer,
so I'll submit it to you under the shape of a question: wouldn't it be a good idea if you
managed to introduce a fallback into your code? ie: if no icon theme is defined by the
user, having hicolor icon theme as a fallback, as it is a very generic theme which is
usually present in all distributions?

libqtxdg does that at an icon level.
This discussion started with a bug in libqtxdg. But the issue is not in libqtxdg.

Here, we are discussing it at an theme level. lxqt-qtplugin has an hicolor fallback, but due to the way lxqt-qtplugin and liblxqt interact, it's not effective.

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        Luís Pereira