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    Default Same icon for .sh extensions

    A new problem.

    I have 2 scripts on the desktop.

    When I change the icon for one script, that same icon is used for the second script.

    Can that be fixed ?
    Thanks, Andy

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    Default Re: Same icon for .sh extensions

    You must have a association to a suffix set up

    Don't use a .xxx at the end it is not needed in Linux and may be associated with other files Or you can go to the file associations and chnage the behaviour so a suffix is not recognized. Then you should be able to have discrete icons

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    Default Re: Same icon for .sh extensions

    Thanks, Andy

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    Default Re: Same icon for .sh extensions

    No idea how did you create them? Check the properties

    I can't seem to duplicate the problem so you must have created them differently

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    Default Re: Same icon for .sh extensions

    I did not create them.

    They were the default.

    I used customize KDE icons to change the size of the desktop icons, but there is no change in size.

    Have a great weekend.
    Thanks, Andy

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    Default Re: Same icon for .sh extensions

    I mean how did you place them on the desktop. I know you did not make the icons but you did make the links to the app.

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    Default Re: Same icon for .sh extensions

    Desktop icons can be changed to the appropriate size, simply by 'Unlock Widgets', then dragging on the resize tool until the desired size is reached. Hope that makes sense.

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    Default Re: Same icon for .sh extensions

    Thanks deano,

    That was an easy fix.
    Thanks, Andy

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    Default Re: Same icon for .sh extensions

    Some of my desktop icons do not have the black rectangle to the side to lets me adjust the font size.
    Thanks, Andy

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    Default Re: Same icon for .sh extensions

    Again I say it is how they are created on the desktop.


    If they appear to be widgets then they are resizable by drag but if the are marked as just desktop icons then you resize them as a group by the desktop settings

    So again I ask how did you create them and how did you do some different

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