icons / thumbnails for .iso & .torrent files do not show no more.
the 2 different icons which depicted an .iso file & a torrent file earlier are now replaced by a single icon for both file types & that is a blank page with the upper right corner folded.
settings > accessibility > sound keys the slider is set to on so that when i press the cap lock / num lock key there is a beep sound but after a reboot / a logout & login there is no beep on pressing the caps lock / num lock keys while in settings, the slider is still set as on.
any ideas to get the icons for iso & torrent files like in fedora 35?
i never change the default font / theme on any operating system ever.
if fedora 35 has the same default theme as fedora 36 then it could qualify as a missing feature, right?
I agree with @computersavvy , that’s not way how things could be changed and if you have the knowledge to contribute on a qualified and sound base please do it, otherwise you have to wait until the engaged Fedora community ,and they are one of the best community under Linux, will patch wrong things. I always have seen, that they are doing their best and they deliver fast an excellent OS. Don’t ride a dead horse.
This isn’t what folks are saying here. Comments like “is gnome being doled out half baked” are what they are pointing to. Gnome has it’s own processes, and with each release there will be bugs that remain unfixed or undetected, especially when there are large library level changes (such as gtk3 → gtk4 and so on). The right thing to do is to file the bug and wait patiently for a fix, or if at all possible, contribute a fix. We realise that the latter isn’t doable for all of us, and in that scenario, we report the issue and wait for a fix. Sometimes it can take quite long for a fix to be released—because there are other tasks that are given priority. (I can see how a cosmetic bug like the lack of icons may not take priority over more fundamental bugs that affect functionality of various Gnome components).
As for criticism—we believe in constructive criticism and we do not criticise people. So if you say, “gnome-control-center seems buggy”, that’s fine, but when you say “is gnome being doled out half-baked” it includes a component of criticism of the people of the Gnome community. Even when we criticise the work, we remain mindful that software will have bugs, and these take resources (valuable volunteer hours in most FOSS projects) to fix, so we tend to go easy with our criticisms.
The Code of Conduct basically says “be excellent to each other”. So, we try to be excellent to each other even when disagreeing with each other and/or critiquing each other’s work. In general, before posting, please ask yourself “am I being excellent to everyone here?”. If the answer isn’t a clear “yes”, we should re-think our post.
Other things we should refrain from:
using bold unless necessary. In text speak/chat, it’s implies shouting.
posting topics in another topics asking users to take a look (people will look at topics that interest them and/or where they think they can help)
“pinging” topics when no progress has been made----people will just stop following the topics if there are too many notifications from it with low information content
tagging people in posts—if we’ve replied to their post, they will receive a notification, tagging isn’t necessary and usually implies urgency so it should be used sparingly.
For this particular topic, it looks like we must wait for a fix from upstream Gnome to reach Fedora. Until then, there’s not a lot to say. I won’t close the topic, but please refrain from posting unless there is new information to add here.