ich at Frank-Schmitt.net
Fri Sep 10 13:54:01 CEST 2004
If an application doesn't provide an icon, XFCE uses a quite ugly
default icon in taskbar, iconbox, switch-to-dialog etc. KDE has a quite
clever solution for this:
If the application provides an icon, it is used. If the application
doesn't, KDE looks for /usr/share/icons/$XRessourceNameOfApp.png and
uses this file if present.
Would it be possible to implement this behavior or an other possibility
to get a nice icon for e.g. rxvt in XFCE? If nobody finds time and
motivation for this, in which part of the sources would I have to dig to
bake up something like this myself?
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