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Mint Menu ...

Postby tenfoot on Tue Mar 04, 2008 1:51 am

Read in the subject "My Issue with Mint" about changing the Menu icon, so thought I would experiment, which I did. However, after using the different options for a while, I've decided I prefer the default icon but how do I get back to it? All I can find is the Ubuntu icon to display the Mint menu.

I'm bereft :-(

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Re: Mint Menu ...

Postby MagnusB on Tue Mar 04, 2008 6:36 am

Use Appearance - Theme - Customize, select the Icon tab. Or you need to use the configuration editor if you have changed the settings there, I'm not in Mint right now and I don't remember the default value...
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Re: Mint Menu ...

Postby Husse on Tue Mar 04, 2008 6:40 am

I'm not sure but I think removing and then adding the menu to the panel would do it
(Right click the panel, but I think you know that)
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Re: Mint Menu ...

Postby tenfoot on Tue Mar 04, 2008 3:01 pm

MagnusB wrote:Use Appearance - Theme - Customize, select the Icon tab. Or you need to use the configuration editor if you have changed the settings there, I'm not in Mint right now and I don't remember the default value...


Thanks for your response. I've now found that my memory was at fault :-) The icon to which I was referring was the one on the panel which has Daryna to the right. My memory said that it was NOT the default Ubuntu one. So, I was looking for something different, even though I only vaguely remembered (falsely) how it looked. Anyway, I've now fired up my laptop and found, to my uttter embarrassment, that the Ubuntu icon IS the default one.

My apologies for wasting bandwith!

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