Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 235819
Missing Dependency (gnome-themes)
Last modified: 2007-11-30 17:12:01 EST
+++ This bug was initially created as a clone of Bug #235617 +++
Description of problem:
On a KDE install, (one that still installs evolution, rhythmbox, totem etc),
gnome-themes isn't installed, which causes a majority of icons in the above
mentioned programs to appear as red X's, (see screenshot in URL field).
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
(I realise that this bug is assigned to evolution, but I'm hoping I can after
submission include the others, or have the bug report passed around the other
Easy I'd say...
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Install FC6
2. Choose KDE instead of Gnome
3. Start up totem
Red crosses for most icons per screenshot (in the screenshot's case it does not
show the problem in totem, but there is one or two icons in the menus that have
Installing gnome-themes fills the red X's with actual icons, so should be a
The only missing icon I can see is the "Take screenshot" icon, which isn't such
a big deal.
Actually, there are three icons that are missing without gnome-themes.
Movie->Play Disk = Appears as a file icon with red cross (like in the screenshot
with the other two packages)
Movie->Recent Files = Appears blank, doesn't look out of place
Movie->Take Screenshot = Ditto
I think the little effort required to add the Dependency is worth it (even if it
isn't pushed in until the next bug fix update.
If all the icons didn't show up at all when gnome-themes wasn't installed, then
I'd totally agree with "isn't such a big deal."
It's not really the effort required (I already fixed this for rhythmbox), I just
didn't want to add an unnecessary dependency, that's all.
Fixed in totem-2.18.1-2 in rawhide