Re: [Evolution] toolbar display text

On Fri, 2005-08-12 at 13:28 +0800, Not Zed wrote:
It's actually a gnome setting, it used to be in the
gnome-toolbar-settings crapplet, might still be there.

I think the key is /desktop/gnome/interface/toolbar_style

Thanks anyway, NZ :-)  As noted in my other replies to this helpful
suggestion, I don't use gnome and system-wide settings applicable to
gnome have no effect on my copy of evo running under Xfce4 - however I
set that key it does nothing to evo's toolbar :-(  

The problem _seems_ to centre on evo to have got rid of its own control
for the toolbar.  I can change it with galeon because it has kept its
own toolbar control :-/  It's also not a fault of Xfce4 (as far as I
see) because I have a copy of evo on one PC with text AND icons
inherited by upgrading from earlier evo versions.  So, still looking for
an "evolution-specific, window-manager-independent" way of changing
evo's toolbar.  All suggestions welcome :-)

On Thu, 2005-08-11 at 17:34 +0800, Gavin Chester wrote:
I feel like such a _noob_ asking this after using evo for a couple of
years now, but here goes:

I have text and icons on my toolbar by default  - always have since the
first version I started with a couple of years ago.  Now here's the rub:
I'm setting up evo for a new user on a thin-client running on my linux
terminal server and they only have icons - no text with it.

I've read the help, I've gone through gconf-editor with a fine-tooth
comb, I've gone through the settings, and I've googled on it.  I just
can't find any reference to text AND icons in evo.  Put me out of my
misery and kick me in the right direction :-)  PLEASE.

PS: I'm sure someone will tell me the setting is right in front of my
nose and what's wrong with me :-(


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