Re: Bug 504822 - Use Tango Icons for Nm-applet

On Jan 12, 2008 8:43 AM, Baptiste Mille-Mathias
<baptiste millemathias gmail com> wrote:
> On 1/5/08, Baptiste Mille-Mathias <baptiste millemathias gmail com> wrote:
> >
> > (Perhaps my mail wasn't clear enough)
> >
> > And what about the icons nm-*, aren't they provided by nm-applet
> > ( ?
> > I truly agree that stock icons should inherit from icon theme, but for
> > specific icons, that would be great they use the same style. GNOME
> > default theme switched to Tango style in version 2.20 (I'm talking
> > Tango as the style, not the Tango the icon theme) that's why I wanted
> > to replace the icons with the set attached on the bug report.
> > They fit nicely with the current GNOME desktop
> >
> > Thank you
> So as nobody replied, I'm coming back
> I attach a screenshot of the icons for the 2 sets.
> You can see the icons provided by nm-applet at this time [1], they are
> fedora theme centric or use the old GNOME icon style.
> On the link [2] there is the replacement with the current style used
> in GNOME desktop.
> Note it is possible to have the 2 styles in the package, and people
> who use fedora theme will have the Fedora theme and people using GNOME
> theme will have the GNOME theme.
> Thanks
> [1]
> [2]
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> Baptiste Mille-Mathias
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Baptiste, I will let Dan verify this but I am pretty sure that NM will
inherit the icon theme and those are only if the icon theme does not
specify replacements for the Stock Icons.   I tested this on my Ubuntu
7.10 system running NM 0.7 and this was how it behaved.

I personally like the Tango icons but if I am correct and NM will use
a themes icon if they are available then wouldn't the proper place for
these icons be in the Tango Icon theme?


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