Re: Broken display of favicon in location/tab, renders fine in Gecko


Le lundi 27 mars 2006 à 01:09 +0200, Kristoffer Lundén a écrit :
> On 3/27/06, Christian Persch <chpe gnome org> wrote:
>         Perhaps opening and re-saving the favicon in an image
>         manipulation
>         program would correct the error? Or maybe convert it to .png
>         (not sure
>         IE supports that, though).
> Heh, funny, thanks to that tip I think I know what the problem is. You
> see, the ico file contains three different icon sizes (I didn't know
> this), 16x16, 32x32 and 48x48. It's not mandatory, but is supposed to
> be supported by browsers too[1]. In fact the common case is to simply
> have 16x16, which also works. 
> I noticed that image viewer showed another image (it chooses 32x32
> version). Then I tried opening and scaling it with gThumb, which also
> choose 32x32 version, and when scaling with "High quality" off, it
> looks exactly like it does in Epiphany. 
> So, in short: GDK/GTK or whatever is responsible, chooses the 32x32
> pixel version although there is a 16x16 one available and then scales
> it to 16x16. Doesn't sound like Bug #314184, is there another bug for
> this? And more importantly, a way to force it to use the correct size
> from the start. 

I think it's going to choose the first version in the file, so if that's
16x16 it ought to use it.
The  gtk+ bug is .


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