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#1 2010-06-25 04:28:32

Ben9250
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[SOLVED] Trying to replace Gnome foot Icon with Arch logo.

Hey, I'm finding it annoying trying to get an Arch logo instead of the gnome foot on my Menu-Bar, can anyone help? I know there's another post on a similar topic, I followed the instructions but have a problem, as it said I should simply go into ~/.icons and in 'places' replace the start-here icon and gnome main menu icon and such with an .svg of the arch logo, but I'm using the Gion icon theme which I got from gnome-art and in 'places' those files with those names or the gnome feet don't exist. I also tried editing the gnome icon set's files in /usr/share/icons and changing them to the arch logo, the Main Menu is now an Arch logo, but the Menu Bar, with Applications, Places and System still has the gnome foot, I've had a look around the files and tried to see if there was anything I'd missed but I didn't see anything.

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#2 2010-06-25 04:58:45

anonymous_user
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Re: [SOLVED] Trying to replace Gnome foot Icon with Arch logo.

http://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/GNO … _Arch_Icon

BTW if your theme doesn't include a starthere.png, you can simply add it.

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#3 2010-06-25 05:45:05

Ben9250
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Re: [SOLVED] Trying to replace Gnome foot Icon with Arch logo.

Ah now I understand, I was trying to put the files in anyway as you suggested and see if it would work but it wouldn't, until I deleted a cache file that was in the Gion folder, now it works perfectly =] Thanks.


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