Re: Can I change the icons in the panel system tray ?

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On Sat, 2011-10-01 at 11:36 +0000, Duncan wrote:
> Are you talking about the old multi-color icons, or the newer
> monocolor-&-clear icons?

Yeah, monocolor-&-clear icons, in my opinion are ugly, I can't identify
klipper fast as I want .  
> 
> The older ones are traditional application system tray icons, while
> the 
> newer monocolor ones signify kde infrastructure-based services, thus 
> contrasting with traditional applications.

Yes I want back my older, traditional and colored application system
tray icons. 
> 
> I'll assume you're talking about the newer monocolor services icons.  
> Given that these are actually placed in-tray by kde's systray
> plasmoid 
> itself, they are by definition a part of plasma.  As such, it's the 
> desktop (plasma being that desktop) theme that defines this and most
> of 
> the other color/transparency/etc elements of the desktop, including
> not 
> only the system tray but the panels, plasmoid backgrounds and artwork 
> (like the analog clock artwork), etc.
> 
> The configuration for that is found in kde settings, workspace
> appearance 
> and behavior, workspace appearance, desktop theme.  Note that if you 
> don't like the available pre-packaged choices, you can download more
> from 
> kde-look.org.  The get new themes button does that, but browsing kde-
> look.org directly makes it easier to browse the whole list. 

Change all theme seems a bad option.

I change every upgrade of kde klipper icon from kde 3.5

cat restore_old_klipper_icon.sh 
cp /home/sergio/tmp2/3.5s/klipper.svgz /usr/share/kde4/apps/desktoptheme/default/icons/klipper.svgz

I see now that icons are in 
/usr/share/kde4/apps/desktoptheme/default/icons but don't have
replacement for wallet , battery etc .

Thanks, 
-- 
Sérgio M. B.

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