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I have strange problem. My Wallch icon is huge. See the screenshot:

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I removed XFCE settings and reordered items a little. How can I restore normal Wallch icon size?

Update:

My /usr/share/applications/wallch-nautilus.desktop file:

[Desktop Entry]
Version=4
Name=Wallch
Comment=Change desktop wallpapers automatically
Exec=/usr/bin/wallch %U
Icon=wallch
Terminal=false
Type=Application
Categories=Utility;Application;
MimeType=inode/directory;

Actions=Change_Wallpaper;Start;

[Desktop Action Change_Wallpaper]
Name=Change Wallpaper Once
Exec=/usr/bin/wallch --change
TargetEnvironmet=Unity

[Desktop Action Start]
Name=Start/Stop Wallpapers
Exec=/usr/bin/wallch --start
TargetEnvironment=Unity

And the /usr/share/pixmaps/wallch.png:

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I don't use XFCE, but I recommend 1. Removing and readding whatever Wallch is to your panel; and 2. Investigating the XFCE panel config files. –  blujay Apr 28 at 5:27
    
@blujay I was able to solve the problem. See the answer. –  Danatela Apr 28 at 6:22

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I was able to set my wallch icon size to normal. How I did that:

  1. Opened /usr/share/wallch/files/indicator_radiance_normal.png in Gimp.
  2. Resized it to 24x24. Saved the original as indicator_radiance_normal_64x64.png and the edited as indicator_radiance_normal.png
  3. Restarted Wallch.

Now it looks exactly how it should:

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Also, I posted bugreport and it came out that it is not a Wallch bug, but xfce4-indicator-plugin bug.

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Nicely done. Seems like a bug though: it should have resized the image appropriately. You might consider filing it as a bug on Launchpad or wherever wallch bugs are tracked. –  blujay Apr 28 at 6:25
    
OK, I will submit bugreport. –  Danatela Apr 28 at 6:31
    
That's not a Wallch bug. It is a XUbuntu bug. I talked to them on IRC about it. –  hakermania Apr 29 at 12:51
    
@hakermania, I am Hopungo Semi-bit on Launchpad ;) –  Danatela Apr 29 at 23:08
    
@Danatela I know ;) –  hakermania Apr 29 at 23:20

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