Nicu Buculei (OCAL) wrote:
> graffoo wrote:
>> Hi guys,
>> I have "tangofied" main icons in icons.svg but I have following
>> How do I change icons for File>Open, File>Save, File>Print, Undo, Redo,
>> Clipboard manipulation? I didn't found them in the icons.svg and on
>> winxp these icons are default ugly gnome icons :( Any suggestions?
>> Also how do I change cursor images?
I understand, that you are interested in a consistent icon theme. But we need
a solution, that works on Windows, Mac OS X and Linux(KDE, Gnome, ...)
> You can't modify those icons and this is a good thing. They
> from the GTK theme and the idea is to have them consistent across the
> entire desktop (bonus if you have a full GTK/GNOME desktop).
> Inkscape should use the Wimp GTK theme on Windows and those icons should
> fit the Windows look and feel as much as possible.
Afaik, the Wimp stuff is integrated in GTK and no longer a separate project.
I thought that. But the problem is as I stated, the icons are not
default windows on a windows machine.
There are no default Windows icons...
they are default gnome, which is
on a win desktop a bit confusing.
That are not the default Gnome, but the default GTK icons. Inkscape is not
a Gnome program.
just look at the attached file. I
think a perfect thing would be that if an icon is specified in icons.svg
file, inkscape will use that icon, and if it isn't specified then use
the default wimp theme icon. what about that? The other thing is, many
apps in windows have their custom icons, even the default ones. And when
Inkscape will use the tango theme, why not use the tango icons also for
the default ones. I think its less confusing when one app has one icon
theme than other rather than one app has two icon themes ;) and to solve
the problem with unification across platforms, simply ship the win
version of inkscape with the modified icons.svg.
To just change the default GTK (not winp ;) ) icon theme to Tango and
change the icon.svg file would work for Windows. But Tango is more then
just an icon theme, it's a new framework. Please note that older iconsets
can be used with our new framework -- and, once ported, will work across
the desktops in a consistent manner.
If Inkscape would use the Tango ArtLibreSet and not the icons.svg we could
change the Incscape, Scribus and Gimp icons just by changing one iconset.
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