Re: assign icons to non-kde apps
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- Subject: Re: assign icons to non-kde apps
- From: Robert Lindgren <email@example.com>
- Date: 12 Apr 2002 17:56:32 +0200
- Message-id: <1018626992.1466.5.camel@turbo>
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Well I already knew that! It just changes the icon on the k-menu NOT
when you run the program, right?
When looking in the taskbar (or whatever it's called where running
program are shown.((or just looking at the icon in the top-left of the
terminal running)) ) and not the k-menu I shure just get a big X
and not the icon I selected.
On Fri, 2002-04-12 at 00:04, Achim Bohnet wrote:
> On Thursday 11 April 2002 23:51, Robert Lindgren wrote:
> > Hi all.
> > Since nobody has answered this I guess it's not possible to get a fancy
> > icon to all those rxvt terminals in my taskbar? or for gkrellm, or for
> > any other non-kde app that doesn't have it's own icon. Or am I totaly
> > wrong in stating this? Maybe there are some kde-heads out there knowing
> > anything about how to fix this?
> Right click on your rxvt icon in the taskbar, select preferences ... item,
> click on thebig version of the icon used in the taskbar (tab general),
> choose whatever icon you want in in the 'Select icon' dialog.
> > Cheers
> > /Robert
> > On Tue, 2002-03-19 at 22:05, kiss the sun and walk on air wrote:
> > > Is it possible to assign icons to non-KDE applications? Not icons in
> > > the menu, but the icon that will appear in the taskbar/window
> > > menu. I'm getting sick of looking at the X for some programs.
> > > -pete
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