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Outline view uses red square for some icons [message #1060490] Sat, 25 May 2013 07:02 Go to next message
Malte Forkel is currently offline Malte Forkel
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Why might the outline view use red squares for some icons ("Sort by name", "Collapse all", "Expand all") while others (e.g., "Focus on Active Task") are still fine? This happens in all perspectives, but not in a different workspace. I'm using Juno Service Release 2 (20130225-0426).
Re: Outline view uses red square for some icons [message #1060494 is a reply to message #1060490] Sat, 25 May 2013 07:58 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Ed Merks is currently offline Ed Merks
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When it can't locate an icon it will use a red square. This suggests
there is something corrupt with your installation.

On 25/05/2013 1:02 PM, Malte Forkel wrote:
> Why might the outline view use red squares for some icons ("Sort by
> name", "Collapse all", "Expand all") while others (e.g., "Focus on
> Active Task") are still fine? This happens in all perspectives, but
> not in a different workspace. I'm using Juno Service Release 2
> (20130225-0426).
Re: Outline view uses red square for some icons [message #1060512 is a reply to message #1060494] Sat, 25 May 2013 14:35 Go to previous message
Malte Forkel is currently offline Malte Forkel
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I eventually realized that the problem only occurs when a Python source file was selected. I checked the PyDev plugin sources and noticed that there was no folder 'icons' in 'org.python.pydev.shared_ui_2.7.4.2013051601'. After I had inserted a copy of that folder from the PyDev Git repository, the outline view looked fine again.

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