Changing tray icons
I'm making a more serious stab at using KDE4 than I have in the past, so I'm not really sure how things *should* work in some cases.
Case in point - I have changed through a few different icon themes, and none of them seem to change the tray icons. Is this handled separately from the rest of the system icons somehow?
This is a nearly fresh install of Kubuntu 13.04 - various tweaks in the week since I installed it, but nothing crazy...
I'd really like to get rid of those gradient-laden monochrome tray icons and go to something flatter (dare I say it - more like the default Ubuntu tray icons) - it's actually nearly my last visual complaint. But I can't seem to change them *at all*.
Being that this is KDE, I'd be surprised if this is something that requires me to do it manually, but darn if I can figure it out.
Can someone point me in the right direction?
Edit: I'm talking about the standard indicators, Klipper, Network Status, Volume, etc...)
Last edited by converted; August 11th, 2013 at 03:28 PM.
Re: Changing tray icons
System tray icons are set as part of KDE's plasma theming;
That said, if you've changed to a plasma theme that does not contain it's own icons then KDE will continue to use the default oxygen set.
Edit: If you wanted to use a different icon set you would simply put them in the ~/.kde4/share/apps/desktoptheme/you_preferred_theme/icons
Last edited by bra|10n; August 18th, 2013 at 02:22 AM.
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