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A Linux blog to share any hints, tips, ebuilds, and insight I have picked up along the way. My interests mainly lie in security, photography, the web, and multimedia.

Sunday, August 17, 2008

Weird icon bug

I have beeen using the now defunct gTangish icons for a couple of months now and found a weird problem where icons in 32-bit binaries (I am using 64-bit) like Acrobat Reader, Raw Therapee, and Realplayer displaying larger than life to say the least. No other icon set had this problem. After some investigating I found that it was most likely a index.theme issue. Not wanting to look for the fatal flaw all day I decided I would base a new theme.index off of the gTango icon set which has now taken the place of gTangish. (I don't really like the gTango set as much as gTangish that's why I am still using it). Anyway here is what the problem looked liked:



The modified theme makes everything look normal again:



Here is the modified gTangish theme.index

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A Linux blog to share any hints, tips, ebuilds, and insight I have picked up along the way. My interests mainly lie in security, photography, the web, and multimedia.

Sunday, August 17, 2008

Weird icon bug

I have beeen using the now defunct gTangish icons for a couple of months now and found a weird problem where icons in 32-bit binaries (I am using 64-bit) like Acrobat Reader, Raw Therapee, and Realplayer displaying larger than life to say the least. No other icon set had this problem. After some investigating I found that it was most likely a index.theme issue. Not wanting to look for the fatal flaw all day I decided I would base a new theme.index off of the gTango icon set which has now taken the place of gTangish. (I don't really like the gTango set as much as gTangish that's why I am still using it). Anyway here is what the problem looked liked:



The modified theme makes everything look normal again:



Here is the modified gTangish theme.index

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