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Old 16th February 2005, 09:33 PM
shtik Offline
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bluecurve symbols in kde


i'm using kde with fedora 3 and i've got some problems with the bluecurve symbol scheme ...

in konqueror there are bluecurve symbols for normal size (48x48), but the small symbols in the folder panel left are crystal symbols. generally i find that very often these two schemes are mixed, mostly for larger (zoom in) and smaller (zoom out) icons ... and unfortunatly i can't figure out how to fix this in the control center, but i know there are somewhere symbols in i.e. 16x16 for bluecurve, ideas welcome!

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Old 27th February 2005, 10:21 AM
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Place the index.theme from the attached .tar.bz into /usr/share/icons/Bluecurve
It seems strange, but they've created the icons but no links to them.
I've patched the file so it should use the bluecurve icons instead of default.
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