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Re: [gcmd-usr] Newbie question: device icon size

From: Iwan Setyawan
Subject: Re: [gcmd-usr] Newbie question: device icon size
Date: Tue, 1 May 2007 20:21:23 +0700

Hi Rutger,

It never occurs to me that this is a "bigger" problem. I'll try your
suggestion, to see whether there are other icon themes that will produce
similar problem or whether this is peculiar to this theme.



On 5/1/07, Rutger van Haasteren <address@hidden> wrote:

I have had this identical problem as well, but it is not a gnome-commander
problem. Try to view the icons you downloaded with various image viewers.
You will see that some display them at the wrong size.

I don't remember completely, as I did it half a year ago, but in the
it goes wrong when requesting the icon size via a gtk/gdk library
Guess they didn't do anything with the bug-report yet...

Since this is not a gc problem, I do not have a workaround...


On 5/1/07, Iwan Setyawan <address@hidden> wrote:
> Hi all,
> I'm a gcmd newbie. I installed gcmd from Ubuntu Feisty repo. All seem to
> be
> working well, except for one thing: the icon size for the devices (hard
> disk, etc.). If I am using OS X icon theme (downloaded from
> ),
> the icons of the devices are too large. This messes the interface (for
> example, the device bar). This does not happen if I use other icon
> Is
> this because the icon theme contains SVG icons? Is there a way to
> gmcd from using these icons? The only workaround I currently know is by
> adding the devices (using the option device tab) and explicitly assign
> another icon to the device. This works for the hard disk partitions (and
> frequently used USB drives) but won't work if I connect another USB
> (since Ubuntu automatically creates a mount point for it at
> /media/device_label).
> Is there a better way to circumvent this problem?
> Thanks,
> Iwan
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