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#1 2016-07-07 13:29:37

zkosmosu
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Where tray icon for copying files is stored?

I want to change icons that appears in tray when I copy or move files. Where can I find it? How it's named? Linux Mint 17.3 Xfce edition. ::)

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#2 2016-07-07 17:04:59

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Re: Where tray icon for copying files is stored?

It looks like it uses "stock_folder-copy". For the elementary icon theme, this file is located in the theme's "actions/*" directories.


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#3 2016-07-08 08:22:14

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Re: Where tray icon for copying files is stored?

Thank you for reply.

But this one you mentioned, 'stock_folder-copy', is one I want to be showing there in tray. This icon looks like this:
ankpr7T.png

But by default panel is showing different one (it looks weird next to minimal tray indicators):
F8y8Fn6.png

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#4 2016-07-08 12:27:05

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Re: Where tray icon for copying files is stored?

In the default Mint 17.3 install, the Mint-X icon theme is used and it uses the proper icon:
mint2.png

Are you using a different icon theme? If so, which one?


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#5 2016-07-08 12:46:50

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Re: Where tray icon for copying files is stored?

MintX Grey

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#6 2016-07-08 13:05:17

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Re: Where tray icon for copying files is stored?

Even with MintX Grey I get the same result.

Have you made any changes to the icon themes? Is there anything in ~/.gtkrc-2.0?

Maybe also try creating another user account and logging in with that account to see what the behaviour is with a clean set of configuration files.


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#7 2016-07-08 15:53:23

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Re: Where tray icon for copying files is stored?

In ~/.gtkrc-2.0 there is only one short line: include ".gtkrc-xfce".

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#8 2016-07-08 16:05:01

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Re: Where tray icon for copying files is stored?

And when I change icon theme to another color, tray icon for copying also change to that color, here is example for Mint X Aqua:

q3y1fqk.png

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#9 2016-07-08 16:22:34

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Re: Where tray icon for copying files is stored?

zkosmosu wrote:

In ~/.gtkrc-2.0 there is only one short line: include ".gtkrc-xfce".

Can you post the contents of that file? It should be located in your home directory.


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#10 2016-07-08 16:23:46

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Re: Where tray icon for copying files is stored?

zkosmosu wrote:

And when I change icon theme to another color, tray icon for copying also change to that color, here is example for Mint X Aqua:

http://i.imgur.com/q3y1fqk.png

Can you try creating another user on your system and try with the new account? Lets see if this is a problem with your user account or in the whole system.


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#11 2016-07-08 16:24:41

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Re: Where tray icon for copying files is stored?

One more thing: are you running thunar as root through something like sudo/gksu/gksudo/pkexec?


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