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There is no global icon theme setting, so this cannot be done in principle. If you change your KDE icon theme, it will not change your icons in your GNOME applications. KDE applications, when run in a GNOME desktop environment, will use the GNOME theme settings, but that is not because of global settings but rather because the Qt toolkit has added a ...


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My fault, in the file /usr/share/icon/theme/index.theme I was missing part of the directories that theme had, so I was looking for the gnome theme (which was inherit by the theme) and I did not see that icon, so, changed the list of directories and done, I put them all the folders and it looked like: # Directory list ...


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Thanks to @don_crissti for the details of how it works. I have gone an alternate way for solving the problem partially. I have put different icons for text-plain and text-x-generic and text-x-script. The text-plain incorporates all the files without extensions and like of .dat, .txt etc; where text-x-[generic,script] is the fallback for others and scripts. ...


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The icons used by gnome are based on mime type hence your file.c will not be detected as text-x-generic-unthemed but as text-x-csrc and since you have no associated icon it will fallback to text-x-generic. Ex: the icons used for .vala are: text-x-vala, text-x-generic but since there is no text-x-vala icon in my icon set, the system falls back to ...



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