Re: [Nautilus-list] 2 pretty unrelated questions...

Don't dare change the icons for home directory and trash.  Both fit
GNOME's style very well.  Besides the home icon matches the home in the
file manager; however, I like to switch the home icon for the nautilus
"shell" icon.  Much more pleasing to me.  Yes pretty much every icon is
themeable with Nautilus just like your directories are now with the
bundled themes.  Not to mention that you can change it anytime you like
w/ a little simple hacking.

Christopher D. Felton

On 06 Apr 2001 20:36:27 -0400, Ryan Muldoon wrote:
> I was thinking about Nautilus' desktop drawing, and thought of a couple
> things that I would guess are pretty easy to fix, but would make a
> fairly big improvement.  
> 1. A snap-to-grid feature: I know that this has been mentioned
> it a high-priority feature addition, or something that
> won't come about for a while?  (If it isn't high-priority, and would be
> a relatively easy feature addition for someone unfamiliar with the
> nautilus codebase - where should I look to add it in?)
> 2. The two icons that kind of bother me on the desktop are the Home
> icon, and the Trash icon.  (Services isn't ideal either, but I can live
> with it)  The don't seem to match the rest of my desktop icons all that
> well, in style or with their colors.  I preferred the Sunflower icon
> that used to be there a while back for the Home icon.  Trash kind of
> sticks out too, and really strikes me as more KDEish than GNOMEish.  Is
> it changeable somehow?  If the default is going to stay as it is, a
> mechanism to change it would be good enough for me.  
> Anyway, this is just something I was thinking about......
>     --Ryan
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