Re: symbolic icon fallback failure

On Thu, Nov 21, 2013 at 04:14:13PM +0100, Olivier Brunel wrote:
On 11/21/13 15:38, Patrick Welche wrote:
Originally I thought that the lack of icons on my system in the post
stock-icons age was because symbolic icons are SVGs:

(The request for documentation still stands.)

It seems that the problem is somewhat different:

1) scalable gnome icons (e.g. symbolic svg icons) are not searched for.
2) the claim "If a -symbolic icon is missing, the app will fall back to the
   regular name." seems to be false.

In reverse order, 2) looked as though it should be fixed by commit d25ee710
which was did appear in 3.10.2 despite the last comment in that bug.
It seems that fallback is still broken.

Just in case: are you running the latest GLib (2.38.2) as well? I don't
know how icons are loaded in your case, but they could come from glib
and the fallback to non-symbolic icons was only added there in 2.38.2

Thanks for the note - I was running 2.38.1, but just tried 2.38.2 and there
is no change: evince is asking gtk to look for the icons...



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