GNOME Bugzilla – Bug 77036
ScalableGorilla trash can icons have extra line
Last modified: 2004-12-22 21:47:04 UTC
The "trash-empty-accept.svg" and "trash-full.svg" icons from the
ScalableGorilla theme show several extra junk lines. The extra junk varies
slightly depending on the zoom factor:
At 100% magnification, each icon shows one extra line extending rightward
from the hinge point of the trash can lid.
At 75% and 150% magnification, each icon gains a second, thicker junk line
extending rightward from the foot pedal at the base of the can.
At 200% magnification, the foot pedal line vanishes and we just have the
At 25%, 50%, and 400% magnification, the foot pedal line returns and the
hinge line vanishes.
I can't really tell whether this is a nautilus bug or a librsvg bug. I can
say that it only appeared when I moved from GNOME 1.4.x to GNOME 2.x. The
ScalableGorilla theme itself is unchanged.
Created attachment 7475 [details]
screen shot with junk lines circled in red
It may be worth pointing out that the junk lines are not just painting
artifacts, but are actually part of the icon. If one floats the mouse
over a junk line, the icon highlights just as it would if the mouse
were over any other part of the icon. Same goes for click selection, etc.
Version clarification: I am using the following, all installed via
Ximian's Red Carpet:
This is a bug of librsvg.
Jakub Steiner claims this is librsvg's bug.
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of 71297 ***