Echo Icon Theme in F10?
caolanm at redhat.com
Thu Oct 16 22:12:41 UTC 2008
On Thu, 2008-10-16 at 15:25 -0400, Máirín Duffy wrote:
> Luya Tshimbalanga wrote:
> > Regarding icons using different perspective, it is much worse for any
> > theme especially when new applications do not have icons that follow
> > either guideline (Blender, KOffice, xsane, about-me, gFTP, etc.) .
> I'm not quite groking this sentence. But at least for what
> seems the majority of upstream GNOME apps these days, their
> icons are based on the gnome-icon-theme/tango standards
> which are flat or on the table perspectives.
> In the case of third party apps like blender, firefox,
> thunderbird, etc, the majority of these icons tend to again
> be a flat perspective.
FWIW when I look at my nautilus desktop (with a functional
gsf-office-thumbnailer installed from libgsf which may not be the
default experience) I end up with a mixture of isometric echo icons for
files that cannot be previewed and flat preview icons of ones that can
be, e.g. .pdf, .odt, etc. which is somewhat unfortunate. Though that may
more long-term suggest a need for a way to (hand-wavingly) consistently
propagate a transformation for such previews than an argument against
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