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#1 2019-07-24 18:15:36

k-3.14
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From: Rhineland
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Mime type icon missing.

The pic on top shows mime type settings from my desktop pc.

The lower pic that of a fresh installation on a thinkpad.

Both installations are DEBIAN Buster. Where are those small icons? What am I missing?

Thank you and best regards ....

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#2 2019-07-24 23:52:49

ToZ
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Re: Mime type icon missing.

Are the versions of xfsettingsd the same on both systems:

xfsettingsd -V

Also try running xfsettingsd in debug mode:

XFSETTINGSD_DEBUG=1 xfsettingsd --replace --no-daemon

...and in another terminal manually start "xfce4-mime-settings". See if there are any warning or error messages displayed.

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#3 2019-07-25 08:43:25

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Re: Mime type icon missing.

As you proposed.

<<< PC >>>

~$ xfsettingsd -V
xfsettingsd 4.12.4 (Xfce 4.12)

Copyright (c) 2008-2018
	The Xfce development team. All rights reserved.

Please report bugs to <http://bugzilla.xfce.org/>.

~$ XFSETTINGSD_DEBUG=1 xfsettingsd --replace --no-daemon
xfce4-settings(xsettings): _XSETTINGS_S0 registered on screen 0
xfce4-settings(xsettings): 28 settings changed (serial=0, len=1128)
xfce4-settings(xsettings): resource manager (xft) changed (len=146)
xfce4-settings(displays): Detected CRTC 442.
xfce4-settings(displays): Detected CRTC 443.
xfce4-settings(displays): Detected output 444 DVI-D-0.
xfce4-settings(displays): CRTC 442 assigned to DVI-D-0.
xfce4-settings(displays): CRTC 442, output list[0] -> 444.
xfce4-settings(displays): Total 1 active output(s).
xfce4-settings(displays): Normalized CRTC 442: size=1680x1050, pos=0x0.
xfce4-settings(displays): min_h = 8, min_w = 8, max_h = 32767, max_w = 32767, prev_h = 1050, prev_w = 1680, prev_hmm = 278, prev_wmm = 445, h = 1050, w = 1680, hmm = 278, wmm = 445.
xfce4-settings(displays): Configuring CRTC 442.
xfce4-settings(displays): Configuring CRTC 443.
xfce4-settings(pointers): initialized xi 2.3
xfce4-settings(pointers): [Cherry USB Optical Mouse Mouse] buttonmap not changed
xfce4-settings(pointers): [Cherry USB Optical Mouse Mouse] change feedback (threshold=4, accelNum=2, accelDenom=1)
xfce4-settings(keyboards): initialized xkb 1.0
xfce4-settings(keyboards): set auto repeat on
xfce4-settings(keyboards): set key repeat (delay=500, rate=50)
xfce4-settings(keyboards): set numlock off
xfce4-settings(accessibility): AccessXKeys disabled
xfce4-settings(accessibility): stickykeys disabled
xfce4-settings(accessibility): slowkeys disabled
xfce4-settings(accessibility): bouncekeys disabled
xfce4-settings(accessibility): mousekeys disabled
xfce4-settings(keyboard-shortcuts): 12 shortcuts loaded
xfce4-settings(fontconfig): monitoring 87 paths
xfce4-settings(workspaces): 2 desktop names set from xfconf

In 2nd terminal (xfce4-mime-settings showing with icons)

$ xfce4-mime-settings

(xfce4-mime-settings:7195): Gdk-WARNING **: 08:52:40.122: gdk_window_set_icon_list: icons too large

<<< Thinkpad >>>

~$ xfsettingsd -V
xfsettingsd 4.12.4 (Xfce 4.12)

Copyright (c) 2008-2018
	The Xfce development team. All rights reserved.

Please report bugs to <http://bugzilla.xfce.org/>.

~$ XFSETTINGSD_DEBUG=1 xfsettingsd --replace --no-daemon
xfce4-settings(xsettings): _XSETTINGS_S0 registered on screen 0
xfce4-settings(xsettings): 28 settings changed (serial=0, len=1124)
xfce4-settings(xsettings): resource manager (xft) changed (len=146)
xfce4-settings(displays): Detected CRTC 63.
xfce4-settings(displays): Detected CRTC 64.
xfce4-settings(displays): Detected CRTC 65.
xfce4-settings(displays): Detected output 66 eDP-1.
xfce4-settings(pointers): initialized xi 2.3
xfce4-settings(keyboards): initialized xkb 1.0
xfce4-settings(keyboards): set auto repeat on
xfce4-settings(keyboards): set key repeat (delay=500, rate=50)
xfce4-settings(keyboards): don't set numlock
xfce4-settings(accessibility): AccessXKeys disabled
xfce4-settings(accessibility): stickykeys disabled
xfce4-settings(accessibility): slowkeys disabled
xfce4-settings(accessibility): bouncekeys disabled
xfce4-settings(accessibility): mousekeys disabled
xfce4-settings(keyboard-shortcuts): 11 shortcuts loaded
xfce4-settings(fontconfig): monitoring 83 paths
xfce4-settings(workspaces): 2 desktop names set from xfconf

In 2nd terminal (xfce4-mime-settings showing without!! icons)

~$ xfce4-mime-settings

(xfce4-mime-settings:1234): Gdk-WARNING **: 10:29:30.722: gdk_window_set_icon_list: icons too large

I don't see the issue ....

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#4 2019-07-25 10:53:20

ToZ
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Re: Mime type icon missing.

Yea, nothing obvious.

Are you using the same Appearance theme for both?

Is there any content in ~/.gtkrc-2.0 on the Thinkpad?

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#5 2019-07-25 15:36:35

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Re: Mime type icon missing.

Hi ToZ.

Purged Buster on that Thinkpad and I am now installing Linux Mint 19.1 Xfce.

I think, I see the same behavior with those file icons missing there. Will do  proposed commands with LM 19.1 and report back.

Sorry ....

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#6 2019-07-26 17:42:44

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Re: Mime type icon missing.

So, I am back ...

Content in ~/.gtkrc-2.0 on both (PC and TP) under Debian Buster.

(TP, there were some issues with TP camera and BT module, so I purged it.)

style "xfdesktop-icon-view" {
XfdesktopIconView::label-alpha = 0
XfdesktopIconView::selected-label-alpha = 170

base[NORMAL] = "#cccccc"
base[SELECTED] = "#cccccc"
base[ACTIVE] = "#cccccc"

fg[NORMAL] = "#ffffff"
fg[SELECTED] = "#000000"
fg[ACTIVE] = "#000000"
}
widget_class "*XfdesktopIconView*" style "xfdesktop-icon-view"

Now with a fresh Linux Mint 19.1 on TP. No icons ...

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~$ xfsettingsd -V
xfsettingsd 4.12.4 (Xfce 4.12)

Copyright (c) 2008-2018
	The Xfce development team. All rights reserved.

Please report bugs to <http://bugzilla.xfce.org/>.

~$ XFSETTINGSD_DEBUG=1 xfsettingsd --replace --no-daemon
xfce4-settings(xsettings): _XSETTINGS_S0 registered on screen 0
xfce4-settings(xsettings): 14 settings changed (serial=0, len=516)
xfce4-settings(xsettings): resource manager (xft) changed (len=147)
xfce4-settings(displays): Detected CRTC 63.
xfce4-settings(displays): Detected CRTC 64.
xfce4-settings(displays): Detected CRTC 65.
xfce4-settings(displays): Detected output 66 eDP-1.
xfce4-settings(displays): CRTC 63 assigned to eDP-1.
xfce4-settings(displays): CRTC 63, output list[0] -> 66.
xfce4-settings(displays): Total 1 active output(s).
xfce4-settings(displays): Normalized CRTC 63: size=1366x768, pos=0x0.
xfce4-settings(displays): min_h = 200, min_w = 320, max_h = 8192, max_w = 8192, prev_h = 768, prev_w = 1366, prev_hmm = 203, prev_wmm = 361, h = 768, w = 1366, hmm = 203, wmm = 361.
xfce4-settings(displays): Configuring CRTC 63.
xfce4-settings(displays): Configuring CRTC 64.
xfce4-settings(displays): Configuring CRTC 65.
xfce4-settings(pointers): initialized xi 2.3
xfce4-settings(keyboards): initialized xkb 1.0
xfce4-settings(keyboards): set auto repeat on
xfce4-settings(keyboards): set key repeat (delay=500, rate=50)
xfce4-settings(keyboards): set numlock off
xfce4-settings(accessibility): AccessXKeys disabled
xfce4-settings(accessibility): stickykeys disabled
xfce4-settings(accessibility): slowkeys disabled
xfce4-settings(accessibility): bouncekeys disabled
xfce4-settings(accessibility): mousekeys disabled
xfce4-settings(keyboard-shortcuts): 14 shortcuts loaded
xfce4-settings(fontconfig): monitoring 156 paths
xfce4-settings(workspaces): 2 desktop names set from xfconf

In 2nd terminal (xfce4-mime-settings showing without!! icons)

~$ xfce4-mime-settings

(xfce4-mime-settings:1927): Gdk-WARNING **: 19:11:48.032: gdk_window_set_icon_list: icons too large

And content in ~/.gtkrc-2.0 Linux Mint 19.1

.gtkrc-2.0 include ".gtkrc-xfce"

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#7 2019-07-26 23:19:09

ToZ
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Re: Mime type icon missing.

More follow-up questions:

  1. Do you get the same "gdk_window_set_icon_list" message when you run xfce4-mime-settings on your desktop?

  2. I'm interested to see what appearance and icon themes you are using. Can you post back:

    xfconf-query -c xsettings -lv
  3. Can I see the contents of ".gtkrc-xfce"?

Maybe try with a different icon theme to see if that makes a difference.

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#8 2019-07-27 07:36:57

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Re: Mime type icon missing.

Do you get the same "gdk_window_set_icon_list" message when you run xfce4-mime-settings on your desktop?

Yes. I posted that in #3 ....

$ xfce4-mime-settings

(xfce4-mime-settings:7195): Gdk-WARNING **: 08:52:40.122: gdk_window_set_icon_list: icons too large

I'm interested to see what appearance and icon themes you are using

Desktop Buster:

~$ xfconf-query -c xsettings -lv
/Gtk/ButtonImages               false
/Gtk/CanChangeAccels            false
/Gtk/ColorPalette               black:white:gray50:red:purple:blue:light blue:green:yellow:orange:lavender:brown:goldenrod4:dodger blue:pink:light green:gray10:gray30:gray75:gray90
/Gtk/CursorThemeName            OpenZone_Black
/Gtk/CursorThemeSize            0
/Gtk/DecorationLayout           menu:minimize,maximize,close
/Gtk/FontName                   Noto Sans 14
/Gtk/IconSizes                  
/Gtk/KeyThemeName               
/Gtk/MenuBarAccel               F10
/Gtk/MenuImages                 true
/Gtk/MonospaceFontName          Monospace 12
/Gtk/ToolbarIconSize            3
/Gtk/ToolbarStyle               both
/Net/CursorBlink                true
/Net/CursorBlinkTime            1200
/Net/DndDragThreshold           8
/Net/DoubleClickDistance        5
/Net/DoubleClickTime            400
/Net/EnableEventSounds          false
/Net/EnableInputFeedbackSounds  false
/Net/IconThemeName              elementary
/Net/SoundThemeName             default
/Net/ThemeName                  Xfce-4.4
/Xft/Antialias                  -1
/Xft/Hinting                    1
/Xft/HintStyle                  hintmedium
/Xft/RGBA                       rgb

TP Linux Mint 19.1:

~$ xfconf-query -c xsettings -lv
/Gtk/ButtonImages       false
/Gtk/CursorThemeName    OpenZone_Black
/Gtk/DecorationLayout   menu:minimize,maximize,close
/Gtk/FontName           Noto Sans 9
/Gtk/MenuImages         true
/Gtk/MonospaceFontName  Monospace 10
/Net/CursorBlink        true
/Net/DoubleClickTime    400
/Net/IconThemeName      elementary
/Net/ThemeName          Xfce-4.4
/Xft/Antialias          1
/Xft/Hinting            1
/Xft/HintStyle          hintslight
/Xft/RGBA               rgb

Can I see the contents of ".gtkrc-xfce"?

Desktop Buster does not list that file.

TP LM 19.1:

style "xfdesktop-icon-view" {

    XfdesktopIconView::label-alpha = 0

    fg[NORMAL] = "#efefef"
    fg[SELECTED] = "#efefef"
    fg[ACTIVE] = "#efefef"

    XfdesktopIconView::shadow-x-offset = 1
    XfdesktopIconView::shadow-y-offset = 1
    XfdesktopIconView::shadow-color = "#3c3c3c"
    XfdesktopIconView::selected-shadow-x-offset = 1
    XfdesktopIconView::selected-shadow-y-offset = 1
    XfdesktopIconView::selected-shadow-color = "#3c3c3c"

}
widget_class "*XfdesktopIconView*" style "xfdesktop-icon-view"

Maybe try with a different icon theme to see if that makes a difference.

No difference ...

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#9 2019-07-27 14:49:04

ToZ
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Re: Mime type icon missing.

This is really strange. I just installed Mint 19.1 into a VM, fully updated it, set it to the same theme/icon set, and everything works fine. I did notice the "gdk_window_set_icon_list: icons too large" message start appearing when I set the elementary icon theme. I'm not sure what to suggest.

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#10 2019-07-28 05:55:41

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Re: Mime type icon missing.

It is not a big thing, thank you for having a look.

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#11 2019-07-28 06:27:53

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Re: Mime type icon missing.

I don't know that this will help, but here's my ~/.gtkrc-2.0 contents:

include ".gtkrc-xfce"
gtk-icon-theme-name="Mint-X-Dark"

Could the missing gtk-icon-theme-name be the reason for the issue? For comparison, here's my xsettings output:

scott@scott-HP ~ $ xfconf-query -c xsettings -lv
/Gtk/ButtonImages               false
/Gtk/CursorThemeName            default
/Gtk/DecorationLayout           menu:minimize,maximize,close
/Gtk/FontName                   Noto Sans 14
/Gtk/MenuImages                 true
/Net/DoubleClickTime            400
/Net/EnableEventSounds          true
/Net/EnableInputFeedbackSounds  true
/Net/IconThemeName              Flat-Remix-Dark
/Net/SoundThemeName             Smooth
/Net/ThemeName                  Mint-Y-Dark
/Xfce/LastCustomDPI             92
/Xft/Antialias                  1
/Xft/DPI                        92
/Xft/HintStyle                  hintslight
/Xft/RGBA                       rgb
scott@scott-HP ~ $ 

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