Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 114549
Nautilus open folder icon using gnome stock icon, not bluecurve
Last modified: 2013-09-02 01:53:36 EDT
The "opened folder" icon for the new nautilus (nautilus-2.5.5-2) is
using the stock gnome folder icon and not a bluecurve style icon. I
will attach a screenshot to demonstrate.
NOTE: I thought there were more icon issues, but turns out I had a
gnome-settings-daemon bug...so far this is the only icon issue I've
Created attachment 97333 [details]
Screenshot showing the mismatched icon
Yeah. Garrett. We need a gnome-fs-directory-visiting icon. Its used
when there is an open spatial folder for the folder. Its meant to
depict a sort of "this is not the primary view of this" feel. Please
don't make it look like the -accept one, that will be confusing. MacOS
9 just greyed out the icon for this.
*** Bug 116981 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
*** Bug 120286 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
Added gnome-fs-directory-visiting icon to Bluecurve icon theme.
Should be in 0.96.