Description of problem:
Cowbell icon does not show in the applications list in Gnome Shell. When I tried to open the svg file in /usr/share/icons/hicolor/scalable/apps for cowbell.svg using GIMP, it gave me an error message that the xml declaration could only be at the front of the file. I looked through the file using gedit, and found that the file had been duplicated, with the complete coding from <?xml version . . . ?> to the </svg> ending having two identical copies. After deleting the extra copy, the icon showed up.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable): 0.3.0
Install F15, then install cowbell.
Steps to Reproduce:
2. Install cowbell
3. Icon does not appear
Icon does not appear
Icon should appear
I will attach a copy of the original and the repaired cowbell.svg files.
Created attachment 517814 [details]
Original cowbell icon file
This is the original cowbell.svg file as installed.
Created attachment 517815 [details]
Repaired cowbell.svg file
This file was edited by gedit to eliminate the duplicate coding. After doing so, the icon displays correctly.
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