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Thread: changing size of gnome icons

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    changing size of gnome icons

    Hi there,
    I'm sorry if this is a trivial question.
    I want to know how the size of the gnome icons in toolbars (see pic) is specified. Those icons for 'new', 'open', 'save', ... that are used in Nautilus or Gedit.
    I just played around with the gtkrc of my theme, but I couldn't find any option there. Aren't the icons scaleable? Are there smaller icon sets available?
    thanks!
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    Re: changing size of gnome icons

    There's probably a much easier way which I don't know of .. but I found this.

    http://live.gnome.org/GnomeArt/Tutorials/IconThemes

    Seems to me you could do exactly what you wanted to.
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    for SIS 771/671 use xcompmgr to have transparent terminals. just load it at startup.

    And then they asked: what's a pbkac error?

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