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Re: [Echo icons] Icons blurry in the gnome menus

On Fri, 2007-08-10 at 21:48 +0200, Matthias Clasen wrote:
> Icon sizes are themable in GTK+. To experiment, you can simply add
> gtk-icon-sizes="panel-foobar=20,20:panel-menu=22,22:gtk-dnd=32,32:gtk-menu=16,16:gtk-large-toolbar=24,24:gtk-small-toolbar=18,18:gtk-button=20,20:gtk-dialog=48,48"
> to your ~/.gtkrc-2.0 and start changing this sizes (the values above are
> the defaults). panel-foobar is the size for the icon in the menubar.
> Note that the panel doesn't pick up new sizes until you restart it.
> You should make sure that the Nodoka gtkrc sets the icon sizes to
> something that works well for whatever icon theme we end up making the
> default.
> Matthias

Thanks, that's it. I changed it to


and that seems OK, all icons in menus are displayed nice and sharp, I
tested Echo, Mist and Bluecurve. Only the menus are slightly bigger (due
to bigger icons) and I noticed buttons still use smaller sized icons
(20x20) so these are blurry too, but if I change the icon sizes in
buttons to 24x24 or 16x16 they are either too big or too small. So the
solution there might be adding 20x20 set to echo, or inclusion of svgs.

Also I noticed that I need not to restart the panel, changing of icon
theme is sufficient.


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