[Bug 435150] New: No default icon for custom application launchers
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Wed May 2 11:36:43 UTC 2007
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gnome-panel | general | Ver: 2.18.x
Summary: No default icon for custom application launchers
AssignedTo: gnome-panel-maint at gnome.bugs
ReportedBy: sa at whiz.se
QAContact: gnome-panel-maint at gnome.bugs
CC: pkg-gnome-maintainers at lists.alioth.debian.org
GNOME version: 2.17/2.18
GNOME milestone: Unspecified
[ Forwarded from http://bugs.debian.org/421576 ]
In 2.18, it's possible to add a custom application launcher to the panel with
The launcher is added to the panel, but is very hard to find, seemingly
invisible to most users. It would be great if a default icon could be added,
similar to the diamond icon used as default in Nautilus.
This is possibly related to bug 76495, but it seems to be specific to menu
entries without icons.
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