Debian Multimedia :: Icons Size And Topbar

Oct 29, 2015

All my daily use files are on my desktop and i want to keep them. I am on Gnome 3.18 (same issue with 3.16) and i am looking for some solutions, i want to to keep my icons bottom the top bar. How can I resize and have smaller icons (it's already on the minimum in Fichiers settings).

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Debian Multimedia :: How To Change Icons Size And Gaps Size

Oct 22, 2015

today I upgraded via official testing repository Gnome to version 3.18. After this, icons on desktop and nautilus are bigger, than before. Next thing, gaps between icons are smaller than before. I tried change theme to default (Adwaita), then run gtk-update-icon-cache, but without result.

Normal view - icons are big for this view. URL....

Small view - icons are still big for this view. URL...

How can I change icons size and gaps size? Or is it bug for this version?

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Ubuntu :: Cannot Access The Sidebar Or Even The Topbar

May 21, 2011

I am a relatively new user Ubuntu 11.04. I just installed this version and i tried to customize it using Compiz. And after i did that, it appears that i have been zoomed in to my desktop and i can not access the sidebar or even the topbar....furthermore i cant access the terminal or anything to reset Ubuntu. I also do not think that i was giving full admin access when i installed 11.04, i think i have the "Custom" setting/access.

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Debian Multimedia :: FBPanel Menu Don't Have Icons

Feb 20, 2015

I play around with OpenBox and FBPanel, and quite like it.

I started to install both OpenBox and FBPanel in Debian, and the menu don't have any icons on it.

Simply I'm not going to reconfigure everything in both distro, I copied fbpanel configuration folder to my Ubuntu home.

Then I install FBPanel in Ubuntu it have icons within the menus.

This is FBPanel from my Debian Jessie

This is FBPanel from my Ubuntu

I've googled around without any luck about this problem. It's minor and everything else works okay, but still this shouldn't be happen. Since I see the screenshots of FBPanel in Debian they all have icons on it. Tried changing the icon theme, nothing works. If it's because FBPanel can't find any icon, then the launcher shouldn't have any icons right? Also, I use the exact same configuration on both.

Is it because Debian uses different version of FBPanel? Haven't checked both version tho.

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Debian Multimedia :: Add New Icons On Lower Panel

Apr 28, 2015

Both Gnome and Gnome-Classic desktops become extremely unmanagebale for me in jessie stable.So I installed xfce desktop in jessie stable. Is there a way to add icons like /usr/bin/skype ]usr/sbin/synaptic.(those nor shown in Add New Icons) in the lower panel which I have extended through the whole desktop?This could easily be done both in gnome and gnome-classic desktops till wheezy.

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Debian Multimedia :: Some Icons Missing In Gnome Tray

Nov 26, 2014

I use Debian Jessie which includes a gnome shell version 3.14.1. The problem is that icons of some applications such as Viber or Starcal are not shown in the tray while the icons of other applications (e.g. Skype of Dropbox) are shown without problem.

By the way, the problem does not relate to loading, because all applications are loaded and a space is considered for each in the tray, but the problem is that for some of applications the pictures of their icons are not shown.

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Debian Multimedia :: Faulty Icons In LXDE Task Bar Since 8.0

May 2, 2015

I saw that on every computer in which I installed LXDE on Debian 8 (the problem was not existing on Debian 7.8.0)

So I decided to use mate-desktop-environment but a brand new problem (always ) made his apparition when I try to use tightvncserver on a Mate desktop (no task bar, and memory growing GB after GB up to the memory explosion after 1 or 2 minutes with 16GB RAM -I will post another subject for that once I will know more things about it - since it is, after all, an huge problem causing the computer to crash if "reboot" our "vncserver -kill :1" is not quickly done)

But here talking about LXDE taskbar: others LXDE users, do you have this problem with the icons ?

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Debian Multimedia :: XFCE - Changing Directory Icons

Jul 3, 2015

I want to give some of my directories special folder icons. For example, I have a Projects directory and I noticed that there is a special 'projects' directory icon available in my icon theme; I think that it would be nice to use that icon instead of the default directory icon.Google informs me that the file ~/.config/user-dirs.dirs can be edited to give certain directories special properties, including special icons. However, all my changes to the file get reverted after restarting my computer. Is there a way to make changes to user-dirs.dirs permanent?

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Debian Multimedia :: KDE 5 And E17 - All Qt4 Apps Tray Icons Are Missing

Jul 26, 2015

All qt4 apps tray icons are missing. Debian decided to drop sni-qt support and wmsystemtray is actually piece of shit. Also I can't even use ubuntu version of sni-qt, because it also needs to have patched version of qt4, but debian refused to include that patches. What should I do to make skype icon visible in kde5 tray?

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Debian Multimedia :: Kde Blue Screen With Icons But Broken

Aug 31, 2015

I have just insall Jessie but I have a blue screen debian with three logos in the midle: harddrive, tools, browser, but no link no menu, only the console.

I have install KDE

my graphique card is
VGA compatible controller: NVIDIA Corporation G72M [Quadro NVS 110M/GeForce Go 7300] (rev a1)

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Debian Multimedia :: Installing New Toolbar Icons For OpenOffice?

Feb 15, 2010

Is it possible to install new toolbar icons for OpenOffice? I'm using OOo2.4, and my toolbars ar way to ugly.

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Debian Multimedia :: KDE Feature - Can't Move Icons From The Panel

Feb 9, 2011

I'm using squeeze and the xserver-xorg-core, kdebase and kdm packages with their dependencies in addition to the base system installation. I get glitches when I try to drag the icons on the panel: I can't move them properly and occasionally the whole screen gets redrawn (by this I mean it goes black and gets back several seconds later.) and gives an error with signal 11 (segmentation fault). The problem is not specific to my user account, because I tried it with a newly created user, and I didn't do any configuration on mine either. I also experienced other glitches, about which I made some screenshots: [URL]

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Debian Multimedia :: Iceweasel And Icons Stored In Bookmarks?

Feb 21, 2011

I don't find the little icons and tiny previews that iceweasel seems to make by grabbing an icon from a webpage at all helpful, and consider them a security risk.I have been using Debian Lenny for some time and have tried hard to foil the chrome engine (?) xul_runner (?) from sticking these icons in various places. But it still manages to stick them in, of all places, my bookmark file. How do I prevent that?

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Debian Multimedia :: /dev/dvd Keeps The Size Of The Preceeding Dvd?

Apr 2, 2011

I have a weird issue with dvds.When I change dvd, /dev/dvd shows the size of the preceeding dvd. Even when no dvd is mounted,a /sbin/fdisk -l /dev/dvd still shows the size of the former one. It creates problem when I play dvds in increasing order of size. (I have to reboot to acces the end the end of a second dvd.)

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Debian Multimedia :: Text Size In Tty

Sep 11, 2011

On my netbook I run crunchbang in tty (because X isn't supported) and it looks rather ugly. I have made it look fairly nice with the .bashrc but the text size is way too large. Is there anyone here that knows how to change it?Also I was wondering whether a png could be used as a tty background. Though I am possibly pushing the limitations of tty with that one lol.

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Debian Multimedia :: Wrong Font And Icons With QtCurve On GTK2?

Nov 20, 2015

I'm using Debian Testing (Stretch, right now), and for a little while, a couple of months or so, QtCurve wasn't working properly (and lately, not at all) on GTK2.

After quite a lot of frustrated attempts, I think i fixed it in a way that's probably not recommended at all. I copied the file from Wheezy's version of gtk2-engines-qtcurve, and used it instead. It "just worked".

So, experiencing problems with QtCurve on GTK (most noticeably, being unable to set fonts and icon themes for GTK2 apps), or was it just an oddity of my install? My installs are often not all that standard, so I'm never sure. I'm asking because I have to figure out lots of things if I'm to make a bug report, and the bug may not even really exist . I think I'll even check before if the Testing package from another server works, maybe that's the problem.

I just found that this fix/version makes inkscape crash, would probably do the same to some other stuff -- newer versions (even with proper full package install) also have the same effect, except for that latest one, that doesn't seem to work in GTK2.

It's reported as a bug in Ubuntu. The "correct"/better fix seems to be commenting the font-related lines in /usr/share/themes/QtCurve/gtk-2.0/kdeglobals (Not to be confused with KDE's own file of the same name) on the newer package. That doesn't seem to make inkscape crash.

The same file also set the icon theme on GTK2 as Oxygen, commenting the icon line on the same file doesn't fix it, the correct theme apparently has to be spelled out, it seems it has to be for all users using any QtCurve theme, and GUI tools to change the icon theme won't work (but I haven't really tested the "native GTK" ones).

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Debian Multimedia :: No Wallpaper / Desktop Icons - Xfce/XDM On Squeeze?

Apr 10, 2010

I have been an Ubuntu user for the past two years and have recently made the switch to Debian, so while not new to GNU/Linux or Debian-like distributions I am still learning on many fronts. Installing squeeze directly caused issues with my Wi-Fi for some reason, so I installed lenny and performed aptitude safe-upgrade (full-upgrade kept breaking the system), and took care of stray packages manually to get a working squeeze system. My desktop environment of choice is Xfce, using XDM.

Ever since the upgrade, both the login prompt and the actual desktop have had a black background with no icons or right-click menu. I am guessing that the issue is a daemon that should be running but isn't, although I have no idea where to begin troubleshooting the issue, which is why I came here. I've uploaded at of my desktop here Right-clicking in the black space doesn't do anything, and changing my wallpaper settings is ineffective.It's not a huge problem for me, as everything else in the system appears to work, but I would like to figure out what the problem is, fix it, and maybe learn something about Debian in the process.

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Ubuntu :: Change Size Of Gnome Icons?

Jun 29, 2010

I'm sorry if this is a trivial question.
I want to know how the size of the gnome icons in toolbars (see pic) is specified. Those icons for 'new', 'open', 'save', ... that are used in Nautilus or Gedit.
I just played around with the gtkrc of my theme, but I couldn't find any option there. Aren't the icons scaleable? Are there smaller icon sets available?

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Aug 7, 2010

I'm wondering if it's possible to change the default size of pdf and image icons on my whole filesystem because it doesn't look proportional to the other icons like the folders and text files and I really don't want to stretch each one of them everytime.

Here's an example:

The other way the size could be fixed is by going to edit > preferences > preview and just do never for each drop down but I don't want to lose the preview effect.

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Mar 2, 2011

I'm new to Ubuntu Netbook Remix. I love it. I'm using it for web dev with a LAMP and Rails installed. Everything is peachy.I would much prefer the icons in the launcher to be a lot smaller though, anyone have any idea how to scale them down? I reckon about 75% the size they are now would be about perfect.

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Aug 3, 2011

I have read the 5, 10, 12 things to do after installing 11.04! I have installed Compiz Config Settings Manager and have played with the Launcher Icon Size slider.

That works well with "the Launcher" on the left but has no effect on the icons in the Shortcuts menu that appears when you hit the "Super" key. These are now so huge they run off the left of the screen (see attached screen capture). There is nothing obviously different from Compiz in the gconf Configuration Editor either.When you go into one of the sub-menus (e.g. More Apps) the icons are fine and fit to screen. PS, I like slightly bigger fonts and icons by default in everything and achieve this through a smaller Monitor resolution.

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Nov 2, 2015

When I use gnome (3), I find I have hundreds of strange icons in my dash, in addition to the applications that are actually there, which don't seem to actually do anything...

I'm using debian jessie, gnome version 3.14.

See the attached screenshot for what I mean by this...

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Dec 27, 2010

I have some problem with dzen2 & conky to show icons and/or colors.In my i3-wm config file i have:exec conky -b -c ~/.conkyrc | i3-wsbar --command "dzen2 -dock -x %x -l"and my conky is correctly displayed on i3-wsbar.But if in my conky I put something like:

^fg(#B64403) mem: $memperc%
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Debian Multimedia :: Changing The Icons Doesn't Affect The Gnome Panel

Apr 4, 2011

If I try to change the icon style, it changes the icons in my desktop and in Nautilus, but it doesn't change the icons in the panels nor the ones in the menus.

Some screencaps:


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Ubuntu :: Desktop Icons - Change The Default Size?

Jul 3, 2010

I cannot figure out how to make my desktop icons smaller. I know I can right click and "stretch icon", but that only resizes them individually. If I can change the size of them individually,Im thinking I can also, somehow change the default size, of all of them at once.I am currently working on some graphics projects for the observatory and it's easiest to save them to my desktop for now.but they are so big ,that before i know it, they are overlapping each other. stretching them to a smaller size one by one is a time killer.Usually I dont keep icons on my desktop, only the icons for my external drives and the like.

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Jun 14, 2010

How can I decrease the amount of video memory in a debian squeeze laptop? The amount of video memory is 1GB and I want to reduce it to 512MB or 256MB. How can I do this

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Jun 11, 2011

how can i turn off the automatic playback of audio songs when cursor is on there icons?

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Apr 20, 2011

Is there a way to resize the icons in KDE4 in the taskbar and the system tray? And I mean a REAL resize, independent of the size of the whole panel.

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May 8, 2011

The Compiz Setting page for Unity will not let me set the launcher to autohide or other hiding option, and the Experimental page will not let me reduce the icon size. The lack of hiding is another as the left edge of windows can disappear under the the Launcher.

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Jun 9, 2015

I've a high resolution monitor(2560x1440) on my laptop running Debian testing and would like to change the font size in X. I manage to change most of the fonts to a readable size through the openbox configuration manager. But the font in my login window and for example in apps like vlc is still very tiny. How this could be changed ....

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