downloaded the latest firefox and put it in /opt, it runs ok but the interface is missing icons, like the back and forward buttons, refresh, the x on the tabs, the + for a new tab, and others. iceweasel is fine. anyone seen this or know where or how to fix it?
ubuntu 10.04, ff 3.6.3 with some addons installed.
how to reproduce: open firefox, download and install some plugins/addons that generate menu entries with an icon in front of them. e.g. "downthemall" (down them all)
there is however space for these icons in the menu. and I can see icons in the bookmark and history menus. (web page favicons)
these icons improve the usability greatly because they offer a visual guide to the menu not only to the item they belong to but also to other items because I know that the item I want is e.g. one above the green triangle.
I have a slightly impaired vision so this a far greater issue to me than you well sighted folks may think. Just put on some glasses with lots of fingerprints on them and you will see the difference.
I'm running Sabayon Linux, and recently when through a major upgrade where a lot of packages were upgraded.
After the upgrade, when launching firefox, the back and forward icons are missing. The buttons are actually there, as I can still select an empty grey rectangle. I also checked and it's happening for all users on the system.
I was using the persona's theme, but I stopped using that (for performance reasons). I just disabled it, I haven't actually removed it.
I tried re-installing gnome-icon-theme package from a suggestion on another linuxquestions.org thread, but that didn't help.
It's not a big deal as I can still use the buttons, but curious if anyone has any insight into what I can do to get the icons back.
I just upgraded my Debian stretch via apt-get and I noticed that the network manager is missing at least 2 icons: the mobile broadband icon and the settings icon. I haven't found any bug reports or other information about how to restore them. The icons were there after initial installation of version 8.2.0 from DVD.
KDE Plasma version 5.4.2 Qt Version 5.5.1 Kernel Version 4.2.0-1-amd64
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.
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?
Yesterday I installed debian squeeze and inside appearance preferences there are: theme, background and fonts tabs but the interface tab is missing. What do I need to install in order to have this missing tab?
I already restored regular icons by going to gconf. However, the icons on top right where the "power" button is located, still have no icons. Is there any way to add icons to the hibernate/ shut down , etc words?
My Lenovo laptop has an Intel Pro 4965 Wifi adapter,here is the "lspci" detection:
03:00.0 Network controller: Intel Corporation PRO/Wireless 4965 AG or AGN [Kedron] Network Connection (rev 61)
So installed the needed "firmware-iwlwifi" kernel module, which is a correct kernel module for this adapter.
Then "modprobe -a iwlwifi"........no complaints !
However, #iwconfig wlan0 wlan0 No such device and # lsmod |grep iwlwifi iwlwifi 87219 0 cfg80211 350041 4 iwl4965,iwlwifi,iwlegacy,mac80211
The wired ethernet is working fine ifconfig -a eth0 Link encap:Ethernet HWaddr 00:1e:37:82:ac:72 inet addr:192.168.1.16 Bcast:192.168.1.255 Mask:255.255.255.0 inet6 addr: fe80::21e:37ff:fe82:ac72/64 Scope:Link UP BROADCAST RUNNING MULTICAST MTU:1500 Metric:1
when I go to "Preferences" "Network Connection" ' "Add" "WI-FI" "Create" "Device MAC Address " box is empty.......no Wi-Fi adapter detected !!!
On one of my computers, I installed Lenny with Gnome and installed Firefox without a hitch. Now, on another computer I installed Lenny minimally, no desktop, just the jwm window manager and dual monitors. After installing Firefox, I have a problem.
When I try to run Firefox, it aborts with an error:
"Error while loading shared libraries: libasound.so.2: cannot open shared object file: no such file or directory. " I tried to install libasound.so.2 with apt-get, but no luck.
yesterday I upgraded my Fedora installation via preupgrade from 11 to 12.Now there are some icons missing! If I go to the 'System' menu in the panel, there are no icons at all.If then I select the 'Settings' submenu, all of its icons are visible.I figured out that the package redhat-menus and fedora-icon-theme make up the representation of this icons and reinstalled them. Then I additionally executed 'gdk-pixbuf-query-loaders-64 > /etc/gtk-2.0/x86_64-redhat-linux-gnu/gdk-pixbuf.loaders' (I read this somewhere in the forum). But nothing happend so far?!
I made further efforts trying to find out the icon of the System Configuration Menu (Syst -> Administration). The file '/usr/share/desktop-directories/SystemConfig.directory' contains the icon that should be displayed for the System->Administration menu. This file contains the line: Icon=preferences-system Good so far.I thought that selecting the gnome icon theme would fix this problem, but this also didn't help!Now I'm at the end of my knowledge (or I don't want to rename single icons to match the names required)...
I instaled the samba packages in RHEL 5.1 and everything was fine until i reboot the system. After restarting the system i cant find any of my desktop items in the GNOME view. Also right click is not working.
I am reasonably experienced with Fedora 15 - having used two systems upgraded from Fedora 14. I had a strange problem with a brand-new Dell Vostro 3550 laptop with clean a Fedora 15 x86-64 installation. I chose to download the boot image and install from the network. I selected packages for software development without customizing anything. The installation went on smoothly. Once I started using the system, I used yum to install several additional packages. Strangely the icons for these applications seem to be missing.Screenshot1 shows that both Thunderbird and Remmina (for remote desktop) icons shown generic icon.Screenshot2 shows the Default Applications tab in the System Info where Thunderbird does not have an icon.
I have not used OpenSUSE for some time, but I am running 11.4 32 bit on my laptop now. The system runs fine and stable, but I am surprised to find icons missing for a few applications. They've never been there, like if they are missing from the rpm they are installed from.
I have a My book usb drive that in the provious install would show up with a My book icon as a "drive" on my desk top, in PLaces it shows as a blank icon.. for some reason the icon does not appear on my desktop, like normal, examples plug in ipod, ipod icon shows up, usb mini drive, that shows up?Also this could be related .. but my Pidgen icon on the tack bar does not show anymore... it used to be that I opened it and a little green icon sat by the clock?
I am using slackware-current 32bit version. After upgrading from kde 4.2.4 to 4.3.4 (using slackpkg), all my K-menu icons were missing. There are also no icons in task managers for all kde-based applications like konsole,dolphin etc.. But for non-kde application like firefox, wicd and xmms, the icons show up in task manager. I have tried reinstalling kdebase, kdebase-runtime and kde-userspace with no luck.
I've just installed the new Ubuntu 11.04 and encountered a strange problem. The Launcher bar appears, everything is ok, but i can see no icon on the Unity Launcher. When i move the mouse over the launcher, it tells me where the icons should be. The apps also open when I click in those places. But NO icon? Can anybody tell me why is this happening? It is very annoying. I would accept it easier if it didn't work at all.. but not this way.
I think I accidentally pressed a key and then my desktop icons and my taskbar vanished.I've tried everything but I can't fix it. My cursor does not move off the screen so I don't think it is a resolution problem.I'm running Ubuntu 10.10I've had some similar problems in the past but with a single restart of the computer the problem solved itself
After the massive upgrades for Slackware64-current, I am now missing all the panel icons in Thunderbird. I even downloaded a couple of new themes, but I still have no icons. I am current with -current, except for Thunderbird, where I am still using 184.108.40.206
I'm loving FC14, but I just find out that Wireshark is not working, as it was on FC13.Here is what's happening..... When running the application I get prompt for authentication, that was fine under FC13. I used to type my super user password, andthat was it. On FC14 I get nothing.Now when I skip the authentication the Wireshark Gui comes up, but it has no interfaces showing on my list.What I have!: