using other icons in xfce
On 11/25/2011 11:12 PM, Cybe R. Wizard wrote:
> On Fri, 25 Nov 2011 22:44:53 -0700
> Art Edwards <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>> When installing launchers onto xfce panels, I only have obvious access
>> to one repository of icons, while I know there are many in
>> /usr/share/icons. Does anyone know how to access those?
>> Art Edwards
> How are you getting t that point? Here's how I do it:
> Add the launcher and add a program to launch to it.
> Right-click it and select, "Properties."
> That will show the program you wish the launcher to launch in a
> launcher window.
> Double-click that program or select the paper-and-pencil icon which will
> open another window called, "edit launcher."
> There is an icon of the program beside the label, "Icon."
> Click it.
> That opens, "select an icon," with a drop-down list and a bunch of
> The drop-down list will have a wider selection of options if everything
> is working well to this point.
> I hope this helps. I just did it and was pleased to see that I can
> add my own image files to use as icons, too.
> Cybe R. Wizard
That was also successful, as at the bottom of the list there is a
category image files. Also, it turns out that we can use the
gnome-search-tool from the xfce panel.
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