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Description of problem:
If you look a file like .sxw you can see an icon that shows the document can be opened with Open Office. But the new extensions .ods, you see a feet, not the Open Office Icon.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Open Nautilus window
2. Go where you have some Open Office document with the new extension .odt
3. You can see there's no icon
OOo 2.0 has a pile of icons for it's new oasis mimetypes which it sticks into
e.g. /usr/share/icons/gnome/*/mimetypes as openofficeorg-19-*.
Alex reckons the right approach for now is to add gnome icons to
gnome-icon-theme and bluecurve icons to redhat-artwork. These new icons should
be called gnome-mime-whatever and that it's likely that we can just reuse the
existing OOo icons using symlinks.
This problem is fixed in gnome-icon-theme-2.10.1-4 and shared-mime-info-0.16-2.