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i know how to change icons but i can seem to change that one. i am not a big fan of stars and would rather have the kde logo. anyone ...
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    how do i change the kde start menu icon


    i know how to change icons but i can seem to change that one. i am not a big fan of stars and would rather have the kde logo. anyone know the answer to this?

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    See: http://mandrakeusers.org/lofiversion...hp/t12628.html

    Have fun getting rid of that ole' star!

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    Thank you. i had tried to use that icon swaping technique but was in the wrong folder (wasn't in theme folder) now its just the way i like it.

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    update:

    this works until i preform an update. then the star comes back. anyone know how to prevent this?

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    Quote Originally Posted by robotics56a
    update:

    this works until i preform an update. then the star comes back. anyone know how to prevent this?
    what upgrade are you doing exactly? KDE upgrade? security?
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    it seems to be effected by any and all "mandrakelinux updates"

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    Since KDE release a lot of "fixes" that could re-apply default settings
    but I could be wrong
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    if that is the case then how do i change the default settings?

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    as if it whacked me in the face :

    /usr/share/icons/default.kde


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