Bug#404755: epiphany-browser: Icons missing from error pages

Josselin Mouette joss at debian.org
Thu Dec 28 09:10:10 UTC 2006

Le jeudi 28 décembre 2006 à 00:37 +0000, Sam Morris a écrit :
> Package: epiphany-browser
> Version: 2.16.2-1.1
> Severity: normal
> Hash: SHA1
> I noticed when running Epiphany on an Ubuntu machines that the error
> pages (such as the one that appears when you go to
> www.gooafadughsiughrg.com) have icons, whereas on my Debian machine
> there is just a blank space to the left of the error message.

Are these the same icons that firefox displays in the same case?

If they are, they may be either missing in xulrunner, or intentionally

Glandium, do you know how to make use of these icons, if there are some,
or - much better - how to replace it by GNOME ones?

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