Description of problem:
After upgrading to the latest KDE and redhat-artwork packages, KMail no longer displays
the usual icon for the inbox.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Open KMail
2. Add an account if there's not one there
The "inbox" folder's icon is a white blank piece of paper, which I presume indicates that
the icon is missing or the file's type is unknown.
The "inbox" folder's icon is as it was in Phoebe, which I think looked something like a folder
with an envelope on it.
Than can you tell us what redhat-artwork change is needed then bounce the bug
back to redhat-artwork?
to fix this problem we should add Inherits=gnome,crystalsvg in index.theme in
Bluecurve icon theme. if the icons in bluecurve/gnome are not found, it should
go back to crystalsvg.
I have already fixed it. 0.66 or later has this fix.
Ah ok, redhat-artwork is built in rawhide.