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Offline Last Active Feb 06 2015 02:34 PM

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In Topic: [SOLVED] Changing icons manually

06 February 2015 - 02:32 PM

You can always consider using dpkg-repack to rebuild the .deb for XBMC from the installed version and it should include any customizations you have done.....then next time you install it's all configured. Obviously you'd want to also back up any kodi/xbmc directories as well if you had custom files not from the initial package.

Actually, I was not even aware that this is possible, so big THANKS for the tip! :)

In Topic: [SOLVED] Changing icons manually

05 February 2015 - 10:16 PM

Were you able to get your wallpaper back? (You may still have it in case you followed Jeff's step to rename the .e folder ) :)

It was one among the files at /home so no problems with that but I've noticed that network gadget(sorry for previously calling them widgets) doesn't work. It is complaining that econnman doesn't exist. Similar case with Temperature gadget which is not showing it but doesn't complain in any way either. If customizing XBMC did not take as much time as it did, I would seriously consider to clean install the newest Bodhi RC.

In Topic: [SOLVED] Changing icons manually

01 February 2015 - 04:46 AM

...and then I changed the profile to Desktop which made fixing possible. B)

In Topic: [SOLVED] Changing icons manually

01 February 2015 - 12:33 AM

Ok, much obliged for your effort to help sort this problem. :)

In Topic: [SOLVED] Changing icons manually

31 January 2015 - 11:08 PM

Thank you Jeff, :)

Reseting E did help some as I was able at least to change icons appearing in PCManFM. However, for some reason, it still lists only AwOken icon-set while I have many more installed as is seen in the screenshot...

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...and what's new is, now I cannot add any apps to the application panel, right clicking does nothing. It's just blank :blink: Also, I have already tried to edit .gtkrc but that doesn't work or fix anything.