Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 108816
Ogg icon appears as GNOME foot
Last modified: 2013-04-02 00:18:42 EDT
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Description of problem:
The icon used for Ogg files is a GNOME foot icon instead of one of the
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Create Ogg file
2. View in Nautilus
3. Look at icon
Actual Results: The icon is a foot instead of a music file icon.
Expected Results: The icon should look like a music file icon (either
the generic one or the Ogg specific one).
Additional info: Unfortunately, Iâm not quite sure exactly which
package is actually responsible for the default icon properties.
Mime type for .ogg files in question = application/ogg (not x-ogg)
Icons for .po (mime = text/x-p0) and .swf (mime =
application/x-shockwave) also come up as GNOME icons (not the foot,
just the shape - definitely not bluecurve).
This problem continues in Core 1
Currently, the redhat-artwork package has the Ogg Vorbis icon in
file-audio-ogg.png with a symbolic link from
gnome-mime-application-x-ogg.png. Adding another symlink named
gnome-mime-application-ogg.png fixes the problem (x-ogg is deprecated
but may still be used here and there).
The files are found in
Has been fixed as of Fedora Core 2.
triage->close (current release)