Re: Changing gnome menu icon?
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On Fri, 2003-04-04 at 18:25, Christopher Keller wrote: > I use the following commands to set the icon to a nice gnome foot. > > gconftool-2 --set > /apps/panel/profiles/default/objects/main_menu/custom-icon -t bool true > gconftool-2 --type string --set > /apps/panel/profiles/default/objects/main_menu/custom-icon-file > /usr/share/pixmaps/gnome-logo-icon-transparent.png killall -9 > gnome-panel > I later just bodged it, and renamed the redhat-main-0menu.png and copied the transparent gnome icon into its place <eek!> But then found out that its a gconf thang! I've not really looked at gconf that much, all I know is thats it linux's version of the windows registry. Suppose I should really start looking into it. Personally I cannot see why they had to change it, as it looks awful and out of place (IMHO). Mark
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