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Description of problem:
Redhat's Bluecurve theme fails to show a different icon for the volume
indicating the sound is muted.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Start up a Fedora Core system and log in with a user using the
2. Place a volume control on a toolbar if one isn't there already.
Note that the icon looks like a speaker with possibly some blue arcs
coming from the speaker.
3. Mute the audio.
4. Note that the icon for the speaker + blue arcs does not change.
The sound is indeed muted, but there is no icon change to signal this
Expected Results: I should have seen a symbol clearly indicating the
sound was muted. I believe a universal "NO" symbol (a red circle with
a red slash through the circle) over the entire extant logo would work.
fixed in fc3/rawhide.