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5 Arch menu-icons

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5 menu-icons for Arch Linux.

For Gnome: [link]

For Ubuntu: [link]

Gnome-look.org: [link]

How to install in gnome:

Open gconf-editor, press Alt+F2, write "gconf-editor" and press OK.

I gconf-editor go under
/apps/panel/objects

Now look in all the subfolders, and look for one where the "object_type" is set to "menu-object" or "menu-bar".
If you find a "menu-object" just scoll down to the key "use_custom_icon", set to True, and then edit the key "custom_icon" and insert the path to the icon you want to use.
If you find a "menu-bar" then change the key "object-type" to "menu-object" and then scoll down to the key "use_custom_icon", set to True, and then edit the key "custom_icon" and insert the path to the icon you want to use. This will replace your menu with an icon.
Done.. Does it work?
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Nev3raProfessional Digital Artist
Ah. I noobed. It works nicely :D
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NielssonnichHobbyist Interface Designer
Didn't see your first comment.. But good you got it working. :)
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Nev3raProfessional Digital Artist
When i find the use custom and tries to change the path, well, i cant change it. its greyed out, on true and false :S