can rxvt-unicode set NET_WM_ICON?
schmorp at schmorp.de
Sun Apr 16 00:43:30 CEST 2006
On Sat, Apr 15, 2006 at 09:52:34AM -0700, Yi Qiang <yqiang at washington.edu> wrote:
> > Right, rxvt-unicode has no icon.
> Well, there is an icon pixmap that is shipped with urxvt if I'm not
Where in the distribution would that be?
> > the default icon, you get the default icon. I don't get the default icon for
> > rxvt-unicode with my fvwm setup, for example.
> What do you mean "that is configured for rxvt-unicode"? Do you mean
> what's in the .desktop files?
I have no idea what xfwm4 does and what .desktop-files are, but every
decent window manager allows users to specify icons for programs and
> xfwm4 looks at the application for icons and doesn't parse the desktop
> file for a user specified icon and they have mentioned that they won't
> be doing that because of performance problems.
Well, either xfwm4 offers another way, or it is a poor wm, IMHO.
xterm/aterm/whateeverterm, and actually most of the programs I use set no
icon themselves but leave this to the user. Window managers not supporting
this well should be improved.
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