jmak jozmak at gmail.com
Fri Jan 19 22:38:26 GMT 2007

On 1/19/07, Jari Rahkonen <jari.rahkonen at pp1.inet.fi> wrote:
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> jmak kirjoitti:
> > Hi all,
> >
> > I'am giving a face-lift to some of the icons including the ones in the
> > setting manager because I think they are outdated. I already have
> > created some icons but I am not able figure out what file should I
> > modify to make the new icon show in the setting manager dialog box. I
> > changed the icon path in some of the applications files in the
> > Application folder but that didn;t change the icons in the setting
> > manager. It changes them in the menu list but this is not what I want.
> > Could anyone help me out here?
> >
> > Jmak
> >
> Hi,
> AFAIK the settings manager plugins have the icon filenames hard coded in
> the source. The icons themselves are installed into the hicolor icon
> theme by the packages that provide these plugins. For example, the
> package xfce-mcs-plugins (or xfce4-mcs-plugins) installs the following
> icons into /usr/share/icons/hicolor/(scalable|48x48)/apps:
> xfce-filemanager.(svg|png)
> xfce4-display.(svg|png)
> xfce4-keyboard.(svg|png)
> xfce4-mouse.(svg|png)
> xfce4-ui.(svg|png)
> Note that you might need to restart the xfce-mcs-manager process (or
> simply log out and back in) to see the changes in the settings manager
> UI after modifying these files. You might also want to offer your
> new-and-improved icons to be included upstream before substituting them
> locally in the Xubuntu packages. The xfce4-dev list [1] would probably
> be the right place for this.

Thanks Jari,

I looked at those directories already but those icons are not the same
as the ones in the setting manager. I also looked at the
/usr/share/icons/hicolor/48x48/apps directory. In this, some of the
icons are the same as in the setting manager but some different (for
instance the xfce4-display). Just to try what happens, I replaced the
calendar icon in this directory with my own but the setting manager
still shows the old icon.

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