Dumb Linux question… How to set the icon for the application?

G.W.Gaich gWolfgang at gaich.de
Tue Jan 14 06:29:59 EST 2014


my last answer was a too fast quick answer

Sorry, I forgot: you have to update the icon cache after copying the 
icons: eg.

gtk-update-icon-cache /home/<<username>>/.local/share/icons/hicolor
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Am 14.01.2014 12:14, schrieb G.W.Gaich:
> Hi Malte,
>
> if it's a user install, the icons (<<the same name as the
> application>>.png) are in the folder
> /home/<<username>>/.local/share/icons/hicolor/48x48/apps/
>
> in a global installation: /usr/share/icons/hicolor/48x48/apps/
>
> hth
> G.Wolfgang Gaich
>
> Am 14.01.2014 11:49, schrieb Malte Brill:
>> Hi Folks.
>>
>> I am too dumb to figure out how to set the application icon for the
>> standalone on Linux. As it nowadays appears to display the liveCode
>> icon, this must be possible somehow. Is it? how?
>>
>> Thanks in advance,
>>
>> Malte
>>
>>
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