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#1 2021-02-20 23:06:43

ghorvath
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Registered: 2015-10-01
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[Solved] xfce4 powermanager icon tint2 issue helium to lithium upgrade

Hi team!

I have bl-lithium, which I upgraded quite some time ago from a previous helium by changing 'stretch' to 'buster' and 'helium' to 'lithium' in /etc/apt/sources.list*.

Mostly it went fine, except for one thing. Previously (with helium) the xfce4 powermanager icon (in tint2 panel) looked really nice, and also properly followed how much juice is left in my battery. E.g. even around 80% it was already showing that I'm not full.

The current one doesn't look particularly nice, and also I need to go below around maybe 60% to make it show less than full battery. I have a feeling that this is not the default lithium battery icon I see.

Is there some easy way to get the default bl-lithium icon, and have xfce4-powermanager to use it? To be fair, I'm not even sure where to check which icon set it is using currently....

(BTW, I very much like the new theme. Today I did an apt-get dist-upgrade after quite some time, and half my applications got upgraded with some very nice dark theme.)

Thanks,
ghorvath

Last edited by ghorvath (2021-02-26 10:52:36)

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#2 2021-02-21 02:36:06

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Re: [Solved] xfce4 powermanager icon tint2 issue helium to lithium upgrade

It is buggy, and the devs are trying to find a work-around.

See xfce4-power-manager systray icon missing on Debian Bullseye


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#3 2021-02-26 10:51:27

ghorvath
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Re: [Solved] xfce4 powermanager icon tint2 issue helium to lithium upgrade

damo wrote:

It is buggy, and the devs are trying to find a work-around.

See xfce4-power-manager systray icon missing on Debian Bullseye

I found the solution in that thread, using an executor.
Thanks!

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