"use icons directory" is unchecked. Don't know if I've mentioned this yet, but if I remove "~/.config/emelfm2" and start emelfm2, the icons are still missing. In that case, "use icons directory" would be set to whatever it is set at by default. On Mon, 2 Sep 2013 17:13:28 +1000 <tpgww@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote: > 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.