Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 455205
gnochm package does not install menuitem sized icon for .chm files
Last modified: 2009-07-14 12:07:57 EDT
Description of problem:
gnochm package in F9 does not install a menuitem sized icon for .chm files. So
in places such as my GNOME recent documents menu, I instead see a big 48x48 icon
which is incorrect.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
All the time
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Install the gnochm package
2. In the GNOME desktop, open some file using the Nautilus file manager. This
will make it show up in the recent documents list.
3. Go to the recent documents list (Places->Recent Documents). You should see
the menuitem for the .chm file have a huge 48x48 icon.
48x48 icon is shown for the .chm file type.
A menuitem sized icon should be showed for the .chm file type.
Also, it would be nice if the package maintainer could request a
Tango-compatible icon for it too, and submit it upstream to the gnochm
maintainer. The current icon stands out (ugly) when an icon set following Tango
guidelines is used.
Step 2 in comment #0 should read "In the GNOME desktop, open a .chm file..."
All those requests look fairly reasonable. I don't have to time
to handle them, currently, though.
If you have time and will to do it yourself, you can put me
in CC when you contact the relevant people if you want to.
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