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The solution in this link worked for me. Cambiar los iconos predeterminados en Dropbox 3


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Google-chrome is famous for its problems with .desktop files and their icons, especially if you had an other version installed before. Since you installed it from a .deb file, an icon must be installed. Most certainly, there must be an old, outdated or incorrect .desktop file in ~/.local/share/applications causing the "disconnection". Local .desktop files ...


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If you don't mind having to completely reconfigure your panel, you could try to reset it: dconf reset -f /org/gnome/gnome-panel/ killall gnome-panel I refer to this thread: how to reset gnome panel? where i found the quoted command.


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You can lock any app to Launcher by dragging its icon from Dash and releasing it somewhere on Launcher, or by opening it from Dash, right clicking on its Launcher icon and selecting Lock to Launcher.


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Please correct me if I am wrong, but just try this: Right click on the desktop icons You will find some choices regarding to icon alignment. Do this for each icon, I am afraid. Moreover, I found this page will be suitable for solving this problem. http://computers.tutsplus.com/tutorials/how-to-customize-your-ubuntu-desktop--cms-21316


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Go under Edit --> Preferences --> Display, and make sure that you have a check mark on Show thumbnails of file. See image below.


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There are also Chrome icons in /usr/share/icons/hicolor/NxN/apps/google-chrome.png NxN are various resolutions; you probably need to replace the image in either 22x22 or 24x24.


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Be sure to check that you either use full paths in your shell file, e.g., in java -jar foo.java you need to replace foo.java with /full/path/to/foo.java set the Path property of the desktop entry, which defines the working directory for your script, i.e., the script executes relative to the specified working directory. If you follow the second option ...


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It's likely you have File Manager running on startup which has a different set of icons in Ubuntu. If you open the app Advanced Settings, and uncheck 'Have file manager handle the desktop' disabled this might help.


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Although your question might be on the edge for more than one reason (too broad, off topic, more than one subject per question, on the edge of a number of almost-duplicates), I'll answer the question(s). The first question: about running a (text-only) script "from an icon", as you mention it: Your script is text-only, and needs to be run in either Idle or ...


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So, no complete answer in over two months? Allllllll-righty then! Now presenting... my ever-so-embarrassing, not-really-to-be-recommended, disgustingly cringeworthy hack: Find your notification icons in the .dropbox-dist directory, which might be in ~/.dropbox-dist or /var/lib/dropbox/.dropbox-dist. Inside this, the icons are in the folder ...


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Open the shortcut with some text editor like gedit or kate icon by right-clicking on it, and selecting "Open with gedit". In the text editor, shortly after the 'comment' and 'app command' text, you should see something like 'Icon=exec,' (ignore the quotes) change it to Icon=/usr/share/icons/eclipse.png or Icon=eclipse


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Update Well after attempting an exhaustive enumeration of possibilities, I never got the Dropbox icon working reliably in Ubuntu Mate. However, it would consistently work only after a reboot. If I logged into the Ubuntu desktop first, then logged out (no reboot), then logged into Mate. Weird. Suspect something under the hood in the way Dropbox works with ...


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Try this if you have an amd64 ubuntu version You can assign a specific icon to your files , or assign a specific application to open some file type , or even make mime type for your source files , or documents diffrent from the default one .Yanes-GMime tool


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Some icon conflicts can be resolved by dragging the icons for the programs you need from the /usr/share/applications directory into Docky. Using your file manager, navigate to this folder and give this a try.


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This happens to me occasionally, but I just lock my screen and unlock it, and then the icon problem is resolved.


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Execute in terminal: gsettings set com.canonical.indicator.sound visible true



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