Created attachment 1480131 [details]
Description of problem:
Some icons are missing in the logout dialog.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
LXQt 0.13, Fedora 29
Steps to Reproduce:
1. install lxqt
2. login to lxqt session
3. click on logoff in panel menu
all icons are visible
see attached screenshot
The same issue counts for the panel menu.
This is a known issue with the lxqt-themes-fedora (which should be blocked for f29). I think I've fixed some of the missing icon issues in the -fedora subpackage of lxqt-themes, but we need to wait for any compose later than Fedora-29-20180831.n.1.
I will test again by then.
Proposed as a Freeze Exception for 29-beta by Fedora user raphgro using the blocker tracking app because:
Assuming the Xfce Testcase [*] applies also for the LXQt spin. Not all icons are available with the default Fedora theme. There's an update in preparation.
(In reply to Zamir SUN from comment #2)
> This is a known issue with the lxqt-themes-fedora (which should be blocked
> for f29). I think I've fixed some of the missing icon issues in the -fedora
> subpackage of lxqt-themes, but we need to wait for any compose later than
> I will test again by then.
A quick test shows this might be different from what I thought. I will look into this later on.
Asked in developer IRC.
[01.09.18 18:42] <agaida> it's all about the naming of the icons - you are not alone
Please check the file names in the additional tarball for the Fedora stuff, we reuse from 0.11, maybe some references changed in sources.
Ok, the first issue I've found is still about lxqt-panel missing dependency lxmenu-data, regression of 1252581.
So changing the component again.
lxqt-panel-0.13.0-3.fc29 has been submitted as an update to Fedora 29. https://bodhi.fedoraproject.org/updates/FEDORA-2018-4867c38838
All icons are visible now and identify each available action, but they may depend on configured theme. My issue is solved.
This is a bug with active fedora-icon-theme in LXQt settings. Not reproducible with Oxygen icons, for instance. Reassigning.
As already stated, LXQt seems to expect other/special file names for the default icons.
See also errors of rpmgrill/DesktopLint/DesktopIconFileMissing:
With active Adwaita theme, some icons are also not shown properly.
(In reply to Zamir SUN from comment #6)
> Ok, the first issue I've found is still about lxqt-panel missing dependency
> lxmenu-data, regression of 1252581.
> So changing the component again.
Okay I think I am fixing a different thing with this bug.
I will report a new one.
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that lxqt update went stable, so let's close this.