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Here's the deal: Using gnome... I want to change icons for a few programs but I don't want to do the whole theme thing. I know how to change the ...
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    System-Wide Icon Change


    Here's the deal:

    Using gnome...
    I want to change icons for a few programs but I don't want to do the whole theme thing. I know how to change the icon if it's just on a panel or something (i.e. custom app launcher specifying the icon) but I also want that icon to be displayed
    in the window list. I was wondering how I could do that?

    Specifically for something like gnome-terminal. I realize a program like opera may be a little different. Let's use gnome-terminal as the example.

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    look for the icon in the general icon folder (on fedora 6 its /usr/share/pixmaps/). Replace the icon with whatever icon that you want, keeping the original name (you have to be root to replace icons).
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