Description of problem:
After latest maintenance update which introduced
Fedora-KDE Icon Theme (Modified Oxygen) I have found that I cannot restore
the default KDE Application Launcher. I have gone into Appearance - System
Settings - Icons and selected Oxygen - Oxygen Team - 2007, and applied but no
change, the Fedora Logo still shows on the Panel as the application launcher.
Reboot doesn't help.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Logon to system, Fedora logo shows on Panel as application launcher and cannot
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Logon to system
Fedora Icon as application launcher
Default KDE Logo as application launcher
Not sure if default Oxygen Icon set was changed by mistake or if there is
something wrong in the process which allows you to change icon themes. I did
notice that selecting different themes appear to have no effect.
We aren't changing the Oxygen theme at all.
It's more likely that the theme change isn't being taken into account properly.
Maybe an effect of the icon/pixmap cache? Try removing your ~/.kde/cache-*/kpc
directory (including the kde-icon-cache.* files it contains).
I removed the entire .kde directory... didn't have an impact. Problem still exists.
Please report upstream to bugs.kde.org if possible. There's some incorrect icon
handling/caching going on here.
I saw glimpses of similar problems while working on making the Fedora-KDE icon
The ~/.kde/cache-*/ directories are usually symlinks (what exactly they point
to depends on when .kde was created), so make sure you actually removed the kpc
subdirectory from the symlink target.
I will open a bug upstream and then update this report with the number. Results
are somewhat consistently inconsistent.
Created KDE bug: