mime icons for panel
edscott wilson garcia
edscott at lunar-linux.org
Sat Nov 22 03:45:39 CET 2003
On Fri, 2003-11-21 at 15:02, Jasper Huijsmans wrote:
> Hey edscott,
> I like this idea. I won't be able to look at it tonight, but I will
> certainly do so tomorrow.
I just added about ten lines to item_dialog.c and committed to HEAD (new
code is enclosed within #ifdef #endif blocks for easy removal) that add
a button to open xffm_theme_maker if the program is located in $PATH.
>From the theme_maker window the icons can be dragged to the properties
This is just one possibility (the easiest one). The properties dialog
could also load the mime_icons module and create an embedded treeview.
This second option would probably be faster.
> Increased cooperation between xfce components is a good thing.
> Op vr 21-11-2003, om 21:04 schreef edscott wilson garcia:
> > Hey Jazman:
> > I just finished a small app to edit the icons associated to mime
> > types. The program can also be used to drag the icons to the "other
> > icon" properties entry box for launcher plugin. It uses the "mime_icons"
> > module from xffm, but can be compiled before xffm since the dependency
> > is only at runtime.
> > The "mime_icons" module searches for icons at (in this order):
> > 1- /usr/local/share/xfce4/themes/$theme
> > 2- /usr/local/share/xffm/pixmaps/$theme (and subdirs)
> > 3- /usr/local/share/xffm/pixmaps
> > Xffm is now using icons from the panel with this module, and allows
> > sharing of xffm-icons.
> > I was thinking about a button in the panel launcher properties (that
> > will only unhide itself if xffm_theme_maker is found), so the custom
> > icon can be directly dragged from the mime definitions. Or maybe some
> > other way... What do you think?
> > Currently xffm_theme_maker is at berlios.
> > xffm_theme_maker screenshot at http://linux.imp.mx/xtm.png
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