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I can't seem to find any gaim icon on my computer after installing gaim. I'm using Xfce and Slackware 10.1. Thanks for any help--plus, I read somewhere before on how ...
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    Where are the gaim icons?


    I can't seem to find any gaim icon on my computer after installing gaim. I'm using Xfce and Slackware 10.1. Thanks for any help--plus, I read somewhere before on how to update the search database, and how to use it. If anyone can recount those simple statements here that'd be awesome. Thanks again.

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    nvm--found them

    Found just what i was lookin for.

    touch /var/lib/slocate/slocate.db (create the database)
    updatedb& (update it)
    slocate gaim (searched for gaim locations)

    showed me where gaim files were stored--
    usr/shared/pixmaps/gaim looked promising--yup, icons are there!

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    All the icons are in /usr/share/pixmaps and /usr/share/icons. All of 'em

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    Quick question: Where are the OpenOffice Icons?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dwelve
    Quick question: Where are the OpenOffice Icons?
    If you used a binary install-application ala the windows one, it resides in the directory you installed openoffice to. If you used RPM or DEB, I beleve you as said, find it in /usr/share/pixmaps. Also, for icons which came with gnome or sometimes KDE, look in /usr/share/icons.

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