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#1 2014-04-28 09:08:00

From: Brazil
Registered: 2012-11-06
Posts: 300

What is that monochrome icon again?


I know this is trivial but there's a somewhat new monochrome GNOME icon that many third-party icon sets seem to miss - it's for a USB device that is larger than 8.0 Gib so it does not get a pendrive monochrome icon in Nautilus but not big enough to get a external HD one.

What is the name of this particular icon so we can tweak our icon themes to make Nautilus show the correct monochrome icon?

I'm attaching two Nautilus screenshots - one with the default gnome theme and another with gnome-colors. The device in particular is called "NIPPONIC" and I circled the 'out-of-place' icon.


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