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 hello

 
 by ozky on: Oct 5 2008
 
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yeah but how to chnage that main menu icon default its mandriva star i try with conf-editor but nothing because there is nothing in apps panel objects its empty
where is location of those icons ? if need to change that file and rename it ?

its nothing if you dont write or speak english very well


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 Re: hello

 
 by tuxvoytec on: Oct 6 2008
 
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You must change file /usr/share/icons/large/mandrake.png. That all.


Sorry for my english
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 Re: Re: hello

 
 by donoterase on: Oct 10 2008
 
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If you have set your menu style as gnome, then the icon used for the menu is theme specific and located in your ~/.icons/"name of theme"/scalable/places and is usually named start-here.png.

Otherwise, what tuxvoytec will apply. :-)


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 hello

 
 by ozky on: Oct 10 2008
 
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thanks i have now official version of 2009 installed with cds new kde its really good looking and i dont have mutch like kde4 but in mandriva i like it and it was really good thing that they take off that ugly kickoff menu
its not belong to mandriva

do anybody know is those kde4 themes working with mandiva ?


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 Mandriva 2009 so far

 
 by donoterase on: Oct 12 2008
 
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Hey all. I just finished installing a fresh copy of mandriva 2009 and setting up my desktop. So far so good. A very polished distro, with noticeable improvements in speed. Anyway, I have one issue. Every time I turn on my machine, my shortcuts on the desktop don't show the icon image its been set. It just show's that default icon (white piece of paper). Also some of the preset icon images on my panel revert back to their default. If I log out then log back in, my icons are fine again, with a few misplaced. Its rather annoying. Anyone else experience this or similar probs. I remember it happening on 2008 at one stage, then it stopped. Cheers!


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 hello

 
 by ozky on: Oct 13 2008
 
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i dont have had this kind of problems i have used kde and gnome without any problems or little bit with theme engines problem i have had when installing new theme and its says its not look intended because required theme engine is not installed and have default and aurora and murrine installed do anybody have similar problems ? same problem was with cooker

did you put your problem to bug list ? or report to mandriva like they can try to fix it ?


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 Re: hello

 
 by donoterase on: Oct 21 2008
 
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Hi. I should post a bug report. Thanks for that. By the way, I renamed all my icons so that they weren't the same file names as the default icon. All good now! And in response to your theme egnine thingo, every time I start my appearances in gnome control centre, i get that message that says "this theme will not look as intended bla bla bla" as well. But my theme still works without a problem. Im still not sure what theme engine I need to install to get rid of the stupid message. Last thing, I don't use kde and in gnome, to have auto start applications, u just need to add it to sessions. main menu --> System --> Preferences --> Sessions


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 hello

 
 by ozky on: Oct 13 2008
 
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i need some tips how to make those gnome auto start programs to auto start only with gnome ?now its autostarting my avant window navigator with kde4 too and i dont want that


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 Re: hello

 
 by tuxvoytec on: Oct 14 2008
 
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I got this in Gnome Center section Personal, Session. To add programs to autostart you must give commend to this program. For avant is avant-window-navigator


sorry for my english -_-'
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 hello

 
 by ozky on: Oct 13 2008
 
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do anybody know how to put rights to normal user to change kdm settings i have tried to change file permissions nothing i have tried everything and i need to every time i login as root to change kdm to gdm because kdm is not allowing root login
there is no kdm group in system user config or do i need to make new group


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