Description of problem:
NetworkManager's systray icon always had a red X when not connected to any network. It doesnt't anymore. I support a group of users and I've already had to explain this multiple times since F13 came out.
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Steps to Reproduce:
1. disconnect all networks
doesn't show a red x
shows a red x
Can you take a screenshot of what it looks like for you? Is the problem that *no* X is shown, or that the X is not red?
AFAICT on F13 using the default theme it works correctly, but the X is no longer red, it's grey. The icons are usually provided by an icon theme, not by NM itself.
If you attach a screenshot we can figure out whether this is an icon theme bug or an nm-applet bug.
Sorry about the vagueness. There IS a gray X so this is a theme bug. I would also llike to emphasize that all of my users that I have upgraded to f13 have been confused by this - wondering why the internet isn't working etc.
Ok, thanks for the update, over to gnome-icon-theme then.
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