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Distribution: pclos2015, Slack14.1 DebWheezy, +50+ other Linux OS, for test only.
# 'zypper in k3b' : 51 packages gets installed (The most of KDE4.)
And there is no Gnome icons for KDE applications :
In section Multimedia 'clementine' and 'k3b' have a nice Gnome icon with an X.
The 'Gnome Menu' will obviously only use those Gnome "xml text entries"
and not any "real" icon. ( KDE can use png , jpg, etc.)
It could be that the other KDE applications that I have installed also have GNOME icons? There is another application that has the same "X" in it, and it is "terminal - super user"...isn't that a GNOME application too?
Since K3B is an application that runs on both KDE and GNOME, don't they have an icon for both?
It may be the dependency issue. I know in 11.3, I got the LiveCD GNOME. I play Gnibbles a lot, but they dropped it to the repository, so when I went in and got it, there is no icon for Gnibbles (A GNOME PROGRAM) and when I run it, it's missing the Press Ctrl+N to start page. Yast was happy with all dependencies. I think they totally botched 11.3.