Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 240672
Icons in kdeglobals are not BlueCurve
Last modified: 2007-11-30 17:12:04 EST
Description of problem:
Standard entry for the icons in
/usr/share/icons/Default.kde points to /usr/share/icons/crystalsvg
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. install kdelibs
2. install kde-settings
3. Login into a clean user account
Icons are CrystalSVG
Icons should be BlueCurve
Don't know where the best place is to change this. IMHO this is kdeglobals and
not the symlink. But we should really stick to BlueCurve.
"The Plan" all along was to default to crystalsvg, *not* Bluecurve.
is wrong, it should be
and that will be included in a post-release update.
Why crystalsvg? Ok, we have no Echo. But BlueCurve was the default theme in kde
for many years.
BTW: kde-settings-3.5-26.fc7 is tagged as f7final. And on
rawhide-kde-20070517-i386-Live the icons are also CrystalSVG.
has always listed crystalsvg as our first choice.
Regardless, it's not set in stone, we can discuss it in future KDE SIG meetings.
> Regardless, it's not set in stone, we can discuss it in future KDE SIG meetings.
Ok. I think, we should do so. Especially the crystalsvg folder icons doesn't fit
to the color scheme very well (in my opinion).