Arch KMenu 2

Individual Icons/-sets

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Simple KMenu icon for Arch Linux with a two-color logo in addition.

16x16, 22x22, 32x32, 48x48, 64x64, 128x128, svg

Howto install: You should select all folders inside the 'icons' folder and copy over your current theme in /usr/share/icons/YourThemeName, then open the System settings --> Appereance --> Icons tab, switch to some other icon theme, hit Apply and switch back and you should see the new icon immediately, if you don't, then reboot and it should work...

Dobroslav

10 years ago

Works man, thanks!

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onguarde

10 years ago

Perhaps you can make a package out of this to ease maintenance. Or we can convince the kde maintainers to replace the default KDE logo, unlikely though.

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FrozenFox

10 years ago

I would gladly make a package for such stuff normally, but it's kind of pointless to do so. I mean, it's one icon. Not to mention you would have to use the -f flag to force the install because the start menu icon already exists as a file in another package.

If you really wanted to, I suppose you could edit the icons package to manually replace it in a less hackish fashion (I think 4.2.3 has them in kdemod-runtime-icons or hicolor-icons and 4.2.85/4.3b1 uses oxygen-icons).. but who is going to download such a huge package over again solely to replace one icon? If you wish to do this yourself, http://kdemod.ath.cx/bbs/viewtopic.php?id=794 see the last post here for pkgbuild links, but it's really probably more trouble than it's worth.

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mck182

10 years ago

Sorry, I'm using Fedora and I have no idea how to make package for Arch. But if anyone will do, I'll surely add the download link for it.

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onguarde

10 years ago

hmmm, that's funny. Why would u have an arch icon if u're not even using it?

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mck182

10 years ago

Because there wasn't any and because I was able to do one and because people using Arch asked me to do one ;)

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FrozenFox

10 years ago

For those using kdemod4 (will probably be the same for normal kde4 users, not sure), let me hopefully save you some frustration/confusion. I figured out how to make this work.

Writing over the icons in the oxygen folder as instructed didn't seem to do any good. Rebooting didn't seem to either. What did though was a combination of the original instructions and the below:

1) Switch to another icon theme (any theme will do, just switch and apply) and back.
2) Copy the start-here svg from the scalable folder in the tar file provided, rename it and move it to replace /usr/share/icons/oxygen/scalable/places/start-here-branding.svg ).


I think I did it this order: overwrite oxygen icons, replace start-here-branding.svg, switch icon theme to some gnome one I had installed, reboot, switch back to oxygen icon theme. Good to go :)

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skatox

10 years ago

thanks bro, now it works.

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