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Thread: My KDE applications are missing their 48*48 icon png. file when in Gnome enviroment 11.4

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    Default My KDE applications are missing their 48*48 icon png. file when in Gnome enviroment 11.4

    I run a OpenSUSE 11.4 64 bit with Gnome & KDE desktop.

    When I run my Gnome desktop all my KDE applications are missing their usr/share/icons/hicolor/48*48/apps/nameofapplication.png picture. The KDE applications work, and when I go to that destination file the png. picture is present.

    When I run a KDE environment, my KDE applications (that are missing in Gnome) have their icon 48*48 picture. Any idea why when running the Gnome environment, there is a missing path to the png. file for only the KDE applications?
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    Default Re: My KDE applications are missing their 48*48 icon png. file when in Gnome enviroment 11.4

    Not sure if this is it, but I did the normal updates and I have my icon pictures back
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    Default Re: My KDE applications are missing their 48*48 icon png. file when in Gnome enviroment 11.4

    Same missing icons situation at me

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    Default Re: My KDE applications are missing their 48*48 icon png. file when in Gnome enviroment 11.4

    Have you had any luck getting your icons back?
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