Created attachment 426103 [details]
Evo toolbar icons screenshot
Description of problem:
When running Evolution under KDE the toolbar icons for "Mark for deletion" and
"Mark as Junk" are very similar and easily confused. This causes a noticeable
cognitive pause every time I use them and is very irritating. I've reported this against Oxygen on bugs.kde.org. However a more serious issue is that there seems to be no way of changing the icon set.
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Steps to Reproduce:
1.Run Evolution under KDE
Evo uses Oxygen icons for the toolbar. System Settings doesn't seem to be able to change this.
Icon set configurable via System Settings->Appearance->GTK+ Appearance
Evolution under Gnome uses the default icon set, which is fine. I can also change themes with effect on GTK apps. I just can't change the Oxygen icons.
This is all part of the system icon them used, changeable via
(it's not specific to gnome or kde)
"I've reported this against Oxygen on bugs.kde.org"
do you have bug reference #'s? I'd be happy to help track this upstream.
(In reply to comment #1)
> This is all part of the system icon them used, changeable via
> (it's not specific to gnome or kde)
Although I'm happy with Oxygen in general, I tried changing the icon theme to the default Gnome one, just to test it. Other icons on the desktop change but the Evolution toolbar, which is the only one I actually want to change, stays nailed to Oxygen.
> "I've reported this against Oxygen on bugs.kde.org"
> do you have bug reference #'s? I'd be happy to help track this upstream.
evolution may not notice the change until your session is restarted (yes, that's a bug ... somewhere)
(In reply to comment #3)
> evolution may not notice the change until your session is restarted (yes,
> that's a bug ... somewhere)
Yes, that worked. The trick is to change the theme to Gnome, log out and in again, then change the theme back to Oxygen. As long as I stay logged in, it's OK.
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