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Old 07-29-2019, 01:58 PM   #1
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Customize sidebar icons individually in nautilus file manager

Hello there.

i really thought that little changing would be easy, but it seems hard to simply change the icons in nautilus sidebar individually for each object.
I haven't found working methods or tips for handling this, i'd be really glad if somebody could help.

My main system is Debian 9 Stretch under gnome surface.
Has anyone an idea how I can change individually sidebar icons or at least a tip or approach to rule that? Maybe at least pathes of config files or something?

Thanks a lot in forward!
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