Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 157084
Volume applet uses stock Gnome icon instead of Bluecurve one
Last modified: 2013-03-13 00:48:21 EDT
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Description of problem:
The new Gnome volume panel applet still uses the stock Gnome icon.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Log in to Gnome session with enabled audio device.
2. Check volume applet panel icon.
Actual Results: Uses the stock Gnome icon.
Expected Results: Should use the already existing Bluecurve "icon-sound.png" icon when the Bluecurve icon theme was chosen.
Created attachment 114113 [details]
different sizes of volume icons for Bluecurve
John, here are the volume icons which Diana did for Bluecurve.
Beyond adding these to redhat-artwork, the mixer applet needs some
code changes. Currently, it uses gtk_icon_theme_load_icon to load the
icon, but that does not guarantee that the icon is actually of the right
size (as you will see if you play with panel sizes after installing
Dianas icons). The applet must either a) scale the icon or b) use
gtk_icon_theme_get_icon_info to get the filename, and load it with
gdk_pixbuf_load_at_size. b) is preferable, since a) may end up scaling
the icon twice.
fixed in rawhide
It's back: redhat-artwork-0.130-1
This should be fixed in 131-1 that I packaged last night. Please confirm. Thanks.
Fixed in "redhat-artwork-0.131-1". Great!