Prettier Gslapt GTK theme icons

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Re: Prettier Gslapt GTK theme icons

Post by zAchAry » 26. Oct 2012, 20:21

gapan wrote:
zAchAry wrote:You did it in an arbitrary manner. I meant to do it by switching icon theme, just like it is in Synaptic Package Manager.
Tell me, where exactly did you say that? Where did you even hint anything in that direction?
I thought it would be obvious by listing this list.

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package-available-locked.svg
package-installed-updated.svg
package-available.svg
package-downgrade.svg
package-reinstall.svg
package-install.svg
package-remove.svg
package-installed-locked.svg
package-upgrade.svg
Apparently, I was wrong.
gapan wrote:In order to do it that way, it would need changes in the source code, as gslapt only looks in one very specific directory about files named in a very specific manner.
No, it does not. It is already possible. I confirm that it did work for me at 25th of April 2012 and before, when I was applying the Humanity-XP icon theme. I do not have the patient to see what needs to be changed in the icon map of gtk. I will look into it when I have the time.
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Re: Prettier Gslapt GTK theme icons

Post by gapan » 27. Oct 2012, 07:29

zAchAry wrote:Apparently, I was wrong.
Apparently, you were wrong. If you want to say something, say it. Nobody lives inside your head.
gapan wrote:No, it does not.
Yes, it does.
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Re: Prettier Gslapt GTK theme icons

Post by zAchAry » 27. Oct 2012, 11:00

gapan wrote:
zAchAry wrote:Apparently, I was wrong.
Apparently, you were wrong. If you want to say something, say it. Nobody lives inside your head.
Indeed.
gapan wrote:
gapan wrote:No, it does not.
Yes, it does.
I agree with the first gapan.
GSlapt does check whether custom icons are available and if there are no icons then it goes to its fixed icon directory.

Ask Jason. Period.
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