Description of problem:
If I install Azureus from the Fedora Extras FC6 repository and add the blue frog
icon (/usr/share/icons/hicolor/64x64/apps/azureus.png) to my GNOME task panel,
the icon has a light blue background on the grey task panel, which makes it look
very out of place.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Install Azureus as root ("yum install azureus")
2. As the desktop user, right-click on task panel background and choose "Add to
3. Select "Application Launcher... -> Internet -> Azureus" and click on "Add"
Blue frog icon appears on task panel with a light blue shaded background, making
it look "wrong".
All task panel icons should have a transparent background, so there should have
been no light blue background visible.
A quick look at the Sourceforge Azureus release of 220.127.116.11 shows that there's a
transparent ready-to-use icon (Azureus.png unsurprisingly), so I can't
understand why one with a light blue background has crept into the FC6 version.
(In reply to comment #0)
> Additional info:
> A quick look at the Sourceforge Azureus release of 18.104.22.168 shows that there's a
> transparent ready-to-use icon (Azureus.png unsurprisingly), so I can't
> understand why one with a light blue background has crept into the FC6 version.
Because Azureus.png doesn't appear to exist in the azureus source repository
(from where all the azureus bits come). I guess they just bundle it with the
binaries. The icons I used are in the source repo. Please attach Azureus.png
to this issue, and I'll see about using in a respin.
Created attachment 139446 [details]
Transparent Azureus icon shipped with 22.214.171.124 binary release
I've included the transparent icon present with the 64-bit Azureus 126.96.36.199
binary Linux package available from:
Hopefully, this can be used in the next rebuild of Azureus to replace the
blue-backgrounded icon currently in the FC6 version.
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