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Description of problem:
Upon a first logon into the gnome it looks like icons are set to default gnome
theme. When I run gnome-theme-manager and choose 'icons' tab, I see list of 3
themes available: 'Bluecurve', 'Gnome' and 'gnome'. After click on any of the
themes, the 'gnome' theme disappears from the list forever. When I choose either
Bluecurve or Gnome theme, all icons except
'Start Here' and 'Print' look as their icon files are missing (grey sheet with
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. run gnome-theme-manager
2. Select any icon theme
Actual Results: Most icons (home dir, cdrom, trash..) are missing
Expected Results: Display correct icons .
redhat-artwork-0.53 fixes Bluecurve icons, but Gnome theme still has lots of
With gnome-icon-theme 0.1.5-2, none of the main icons are missing.
There are some missing icons in the menus, but there just aren't gnome versions
of those, and so would need to wait for the gnome art guys to draw them.
In any cased, as fixed as we can make it. Choosing gnome icon theme
definitely changes your mozilla/evolution/office/printer icons on the panel.
The main menu icon doesn't change with icon theme because that icon is not themed,
this issue reported as http://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=103778