Small issues sometime grate the most and the following bug falls squarely into that category…
Mise en scène
So you’ve chosen to use a custom theme set – like the fabulous Faenza icon set – because, clearly, you dig the icon style.
|The firefox icon my chosen theme uses|
You love the look of your new Firefox icon in your the menu and on your dock but, what’s this, does Firefox has an icon-ego issue when it comes to other areas?
|Alt-switcher; Every app bar firefox adheres to system icon theme|
|Same applies to system processes|
So, what’s up?
Yi Sun-sin, who filed the bug report, explains: –
“The process icons are taken from the /usr/lib/firefox-3.6/chrome/icons/default directory, while the launcher icon is taken from the system icon theme, which is chosen by the user, and might provide a custom icon for Firefox.
This can create a lot visual inconsistencies, especially when using a dock that will use the launcher icon.”
Sure, this isn’t a humongous show-stopping bug, more of a paper-cut, but it’s one that wouldn’t take much effort to fix. If it narks you head over the bug report and let people know.