seamonkey-bin comes with an icon - /usr/share/pixmaps/seamonkey-bin.png - that seems to be used by default e.g. in kde. The icon is round, on a black background with no transparency, and that looks extremely ugly. There's a much better icon installed in /opt/seamonkey/chrome/icons/default/default48.png, which could be easily used instead, although I would prefer having a 128-pixel icon such as http://moz.sillydog.org/pix/icon_seamonkey_128.png
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Install kde and seamonkey-bin
2. Find seamonkey in the K menu
Uhh, what? seamonkey-bin is maintained by mozilla project.
(In reply to Ian Stakenvicius from comment #1)
> Uhh, what? seamonkey-bin is maintained by mozilla project.
Oops, apparently not according to the metadata.xml. Fixing that shortly.
As to the original bug, will need to confirm its still relevant and will address it appropriately.
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