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Old 09-15-2005, 07:36 PM   #1
edman007
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upgrade to GNOME 2.12==default icons in panel


does anyone know why when i upgraded to GNOME 2.12 the panel now uses only the default icons, its not that they really bother be, but it seems that ther default icons are causing the drive mounter to have icons about twice normal size and take up almost the whole panel

i'm using slack-current and gware
 
  


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