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Thread: How can I change the icon for the gnome menu?

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    newbieSUSE NNTP User

    Default How can I change the icon for the gnome menu?

    I'm currently using openSUSE 11.0 and I believe I have the most current GNOME. On the panel, when you add the "traditional gnome menu" it shows the black foot print that normally indicates the menu. I know it's possible to change the icon with a theme, because I've done it before. Unfortunately since I like to change distributions a lot, but seem to keep going back to openSUSE and forget a lot of what I've done I can't seem to remember how I did it before.

    Anyone here know how to change the icon?

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    newbieSUSE NNTP User

    Default Re: How can I change the icon for the gnome menu?

    Could someone help me out? I know someone has to know how to change the menu's icon.

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    Default Re: How can I change the icon for the gnome menu?

    It use to be
    Customizing Gnome main menu - openSUSE Forums

    But things had change a lot I am not using gnome so can't comment much.

    Hopefully it will work
    People who do not break things first will never learn to create anything

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