Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 88796
KDE should have a Redhat icon theme
Last modified: 2007-04-18 12:53:01 EDT
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Description of problem:
KDE apps don't use the same icons than GNOME apps on Redhat. That's a pitty
because they have a common widget look but if you compare konqueror toolabr
icons and Nautilus toolbar icons (for example), they don't look the same. The
same goes for Gedit/kate which should have the same print/file
save/cut/copy/paste etc... icons.
AFAIK, there is already a common icon theme spec but KDE and GNOME use different
names for the same icons. So I think Redhat should use symlinks to avoid
duplication of icons that share the same concept but don't LOOK the same.
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Expected Results: NA
We have already made many changes in FC1, so that KDE/GNOME should use
the same icons. It's not completely done but we are still working on that.