Re: [kde] How to get a bigger icon in the application switcher
- Date: Fri, 2 May 2014 03:11:50 +0000 (UTC)
- From: Duncan <1i5t5.duncan@xxxxxxx>
- Subject: Re: [kde] How to get a bigger icon in the application switcher
Frank Steinmetzger posted on Thu, 01 May 2014 13:53:21 +0200 as excerpted:
> Well as I said, I compared the package contents and the arch [firefox]
> package just installed more icons (not only until 128Ã128, as Gentoo
> does these days).
> I might have to look at it again.
If you do, since you have the arch package available, what I'd try first
is simply copying the full set of arch icons to the gentoo side, and see
if that fixes the problem.
Probably the easiest way to do that would be to move the entire hicolor
tree elsewhere temporarily, and copy the arch hicolor tree into its
place. That's basically what I did with my testing, except I just moved
the hicolor tree out of the way, so kwin would have to revert to the
Then as I said restart kwin and firefox, and see if you get the bigger
Of course you could do the reverse in arch as well, just to confirm
The other thing you could try, since I confirmed that the aurora branding
icons show up as large for me on gentoo here, would be either rebuilding
firefox with the bindist flag set to get them, or simply copying the
approriate aurora icon files from the firefox sources tarball over top of
the existing firefox branding versions in your current install (thus
avoiding the long rebuild, FWIW firefox takes so long to rebuild in part
because it ships and thus must build its own versions of some
libraries... so it's not just firefox that it's building!). If replacing
the firefox branding icons with the aurora icons gives you the large
icon, then you know it's in the shipped icons. If it doesn't, since I
confirmed aurora branding gives me large icons here, there must be
something else strange going on with your gentoo install.
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