Setting custom icon for panel plugin in xfce4-mcs-manager does not work
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Mon Jul 9 22:44:23 CEST 2007
Brian J. Tarricone, 09.07.2007 22:16:
> Mathias Brodala wrote:
>> Brian J. Tarricone, 09.07.2007 19:04:
>>> Mathias Brodala wrote:
>>>> But the panel plugin within xfce4-mcs-manager still shows up with the default
>>>> icon, no matter what I try. I restarted xfce4-mcs-manager multiple times but to
>>>> no avail. Any idea what’s wrong?
>>> Nothing's wrong. The icons in the settings manager itself are not
>> As you can clearly see, these are not the default icons, but mine.
> Whoops, I must have been thinking of something else. Did you rebuild
> the icon theme cache file for the theme that you added your custom icon
> to? (See gtk-update-icon-cache.)
No, never saw that command before and never needed it. I fixed all the other
icons by just placing the correct file into my icon theme’s directory and
restarting xfce-mcs-manager. Ran gtk-update-icon-cache now just in case but did
not get any different result. Only a warning when trying to force the refresh:
> $ gtk-update-icon-cache -f
> No theme index file in '(null)'.
> If you really want to create an icon cache here, use --ignore-theme-index.
This is also something which I never needed before. The other icons do work
after all …
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