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I don't like the large (128px) icons used in Kupfer, how can I configure it to use smaller icons?

The theming documentation suggests it can be done.

I've duplicated the built in customtheme.py plugin into ~/.local/share/kupfer/plugins/mytheme.py and tried adding this code to the "dark" definition:

## force small icons
gtk-icon-sizes="kupfer-small=24,24:kupfer-large=24,24"

But that doesn't seem to change the icon size.

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up vote 1 down vote accepted

I had the same problem, so I googled,And it turned out, that I could edit this file:

sudo nano /usr/share/kupfer/kupfer/icons.py

Changed variable

LARGE_SZ = 128

to

LARGE_SZ = 32

I hope it was helpful. Greetings from Debian!

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