+++ This bug was initially created as a clone of Bug #208698 +++
Description of problem:
As of "pirut-1.2.1-1", an "Echo" style icon is used for the menu entry
"Software Updater" although "Bluecurve" is chosen as active icon theme
on my system.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Log in to "GNOME" session.
2. Open "Applications" -> "System Tools".
The "Software Updater" icon is part of the "Echo" icon set although
"Bluecurve" is the active icon theme, and the "Echo" them does not
even exist as part of "Fedora".
The "Software Updater" icon is part of the "Bluecurve" icon set
because "Bluecurve" is the active icon theme.
» A corresponding entry is found in the "pirut" changelog:
'* Fri Sep 29 2006 Jeremy Katz <firstname.lastname@example.org> - 1.2.1-1'
'- remember to include the new pup icon'
» A suitable icon does already exist in the "Blucurve" icon set,
Desktop file "pup.desktop" specifies "pup.png" as icon to be used for
the "Software Updater" entry. This does not comply with the "Fedora"
naming scheme and breaks themeability. The correct entry would be
"icon-update.png", and the "new" icon needs to carry the same name and
be part of a (future) "Echo" theme for the menu icon to be themeable.
Issue still present in "pirut-1.2.8-1.fc6".
And you might also note that the bug is still open. Cloning it just means that
I have to spend time looking and closing this report as a dupe instead of
spending that time on fixing things :-/
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of 208698 ***