Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 540274
usermode uses old Bluecurve icons
Last modified: 2017-05-19 13:39:53 EDT
authconfig still uses old Bluecurve icons. I think our Design Team would love to create a new modern icon set. Do you want me to contact with them about it?
Sure, that would be great. Or perhaps just suggest icons from the standard theme, and I'll try to figure out how to use them.
AFAICS the following icons are used:
* badge-small.png: A system tray icon indicating (and allowing to give up) the ability to run applications as root without entering a password again, used in pam-panel-icon.
* disks.png: Window icon of usermount, also used in the main menu.
* keyring.png: Icon used in the userhelper "enter password" dialog.
* password.png: Window icon of the user* "enter password" dialog, also used in the main menu for userpasswd.
* user_icon.png: Window icon of userinfo, also used in the main menu.
The following icons are probably unused: keys.xpm status_lock.png status_unlocked.png
FWIW, the desktop team would like to eventually make usermode irrelevant, so this is perhaps not a very high-priority task. OTOH there's no specific reason to expect usermode will go away in the near future.
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