On Fri, 30 Aug 2013 03:32:12 -0500 "Steven P. Ulrick" <meow8282@xxxxxxxxx> wrote: Steven, the first thing to check would be whether you've overridden the custom-icons path. There's a setting for that on the interface page of the config dialog. If set, it will stay in your config data until changed or reverted to default. If that's not the issue, next check what happens when you click on a custom icon (or in your case, a missing icon) on any toolbar's config page. There's a directory-selector there. Regards Tom > On Fedora 19, I have been having the following issue for a long time: > If I start emelfm2 in any one of the possible ways (click on desktop > icon, run emelfm2 from a terminal, "alt f2 | emelfm2") most of the > icons are replaced with what would be displayed if the correct icon is > not available. Here is a screenshot that shows what I'm talking about: > http://www.afolkey2.us/gallery3/index.php/Assorted/emelfm2-screenshot-missingicons > > But, if I open a termial, do "su - steve" and THEN run "emelfm2", the > icons show up as expected: > http://www.afolkey2.us/gallery3/index.php/Assorted/emelfm2-screenshot-withicons > > To clarify, I'll explain it like this: > 1. Open xterm and run "emelfm2" > 2. Result: almost no icons > (http://www.afolkey2.us/gallery3/index.php/Assorted/emelfm2-screenshot-missingicons) > 3. From that same terminal, run "su - steve" and then "emelfm2". > Result: all icons are displayed as expected: > http://www.afolkey2.us/gallery3/index.php/Assorted/emelfm2-screenshot-withicons > > I have this issue with emelfm2 built from SVN, as well as the version > that is currently in the Fedora repository. Just to be safe, before I > began writing this all down, I remove ~/.config/emelfm2. But that does > NOT fix the problem. So, I have the issue with all version of emelfm2, > even with completely fresh configuration settings. > > I have not seen this behavior in any other application that I run on my > Fedora 19 system. > > If you need any further info, I will be glad to oblige. > > Steven P. Ulrick > > > -- > Users can unsubscribe from the list by sending email to > emelfm2-request@xxxxxxxxxxxxx with 'unsubscribe' in the subject field or by > logging into the web interface. -- Users can unsubscribe from the list by sending email to emelfm2-request@xxxxxxxxxxxxx with 'unsubscribe' in the subject field or by logging into the web interface.