[tomboy-list] applet icon
sanfordarmstrong at gmail.com
Fri Oct 31 08:15:21 PDT 2008
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Replace tomboy.png in the appropriate directory with the icon you
prefer. 22x22 is the icon size for the default panel size; if you have
a different panel size, the path to the icon will be different. Make sense?
What theme are you using now? And what repository did you get Tomboy
0.12.0 from? Also, what versions of gnome-sharp2 and
gnome-desktop-sharp2 do you have installed?
Zachary Taylor wrote:
> I am using regular openSUSE 11 GM with the regular updates that have
> come out. I also recently updated Tomboy to the current stable
> release 0.12.0.
> So I guess the other question is how do I replace the icon? Are you
> saying to delete the entire 22x22 folder or just replace the icon
> somehow? I don't see a way to do that on openSUSE.
> Zachary Taylor wrote:
>> How do I edit the icon used by the openSUSE 11 applet utility for
>> Tomboy Notes? I have changed the system theme to use a dark main
>> menu and the Tomboy icon shows up with a white, square background
>> around it instead of a transparent background. It is throwing off
>> my theme. Any ideas where the icon is being pulled from?
> What version of Tomboy is this, and what version of openSUSE 11?
> This should have been fixed a long time ago (I use a dark theme,
> Anyway, the icons should be here:
> (replace 22x22 with 16x16, 22x22, 32x32, 48x48, or scalable as
> appropriate to your panel size)
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