Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 155867
usermode-gtk applications don't set icons for their windows
Last modified: 2013-07-02 19:07:01 EDT
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Description of problem:
when usermode-gtk is opened in GNOME
and under the metacity window manager,
the icon on the title bar is not it's
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Steps to Reproduce:
ä½ å¥½ Zhao Weilun,
you possibly mean to execute any of the usermode-gtk application such as
userpasswd, etc. I'm not a metacity user at all so maybe there's some kind of
incompatibility here in contrast with another window managers?
Ray, is there something on the usermode side I can fix to let the correct icon
be displayed in the title bar? Maybe some additional tweaks to *.desktop files
The icons in desktop files are not automatically associated with window icons.
You can either call
gtk_window_set_icon_name (window, "the-icon-name");
for a specific window or
so it will happen for all windows.
"the-icon-name" is the name listed in the [Desktop Entry] section of the
.desktop file on the line that starts with Icon=
Ray, thanks, now I know what reporter actually wants.
This is now fixed.