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

On Jan 13, 2008 12:12 PM, Baptiste Mille-Mathias
<baptiste millemathias gmail com> wrote:
> Hi Darren
> On Jan 12, 2008 5:55 PM, Darren Albers <dalbers gmail com> wrote:
> >
> > 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'd be insterested to see which icons you're talking about.
> The icons I attached in the bug are specific to nm-applet, thus they
> are not provided by gnome-icon-theme, these icons are for the
> animations (Detect & VPN) or specific needs;
> I'm using Ubuntu 8.04, and I don't see the icons I attached. The only
> I found to see them is overwriting them in the package.
> > 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?
> >
> > Thanks!
> >
> This is not Tango (The title of my mail is misleading) but this the
> GNOME icons redraw with the Tango guideline; the art team redraw the
> whole GNOME icon set with these guidelines for the release 2.20.
> Regards
> --
> Baptiste Mille-Mathias
> Les gens heureux ne sont pas pressés

Ok I think I understand.    The icons in NM now are fallback icons, so
if the Gnome team selects to use the icons you describe and they are
part of the default theme then they should replace the icons you see
in the package so this won't be an issue.

The easiest way to see this would be to change your icon theme to the
Human theme, you should see that it will use the icons selected by the
Human theme and not it's built in icons.

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