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The mv command moves /Library/Caches/com.apple.iconservices.store to com.apple.ic in the current directory. That means that the data is kept around, but since it is no longer present in the place where the system looks for it, it stops having any effect. The name com.apple.ic isn't anything special, you can pick another name if you want. You can undo this ...


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Look in ~/.config for a file named plasm-org.kde.plasma.desktop-appletsrc. It will contain something like: [Containments][25][Applets][35][Configuration][General] applicationName=GNU Emacs 24 genericName=Text Editor iconName=/usr/share/icons/hicolor/scalable/apps/partitionmanager.svg url=file:///usr/share/applications/emacs24.desktop Change the IconName ...


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Desktop icons are handled by the file manager, which is Nemo in Cinnamon Edition Caja in MATE Edition Thunar in Xfce Edition With KDE there's a special case, as there are no icons directly on the desktop. Here, desktop icons are held by certain widgets, which are AFAIK controlled by the desktop environment. Wallpapers are being managed by the desktop ...



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