Where is the bookmarks icon file located for Firefox 9.0a1 in Ubuntu 10.04? I want to change it to the default Humanity bookmarks icon. Doing
locate bookmarks and
locate bookmarks.png has turned up no useful results.
Here is the icon that I’m looking for to change. I just need to know the path to it:
You should always say which version of an application you’re using when you ask for help. Is there any good reason why you were looking for bookmarks.png, or was it just a guess?
In order to find out which files that is installed with a package, use
dpkg -L. I did
dpkg -L firefox | less, and it showed me lots of files, including
But that wasn’t it, so I moved upwards. I eventually found
file:///usr/lib/firefox-6.0/omni.jar which seems to provide the default skin. Skinning Firefox is popular, so you’ll probably not have any difficulties finding information about that.
Thanks to help from @Jo-Erlend Schinstad, I’ve learned that Firefox uses a sprite for some of its toolbar icons, including the icon it uses for the Bookmarks menu. The image can be found by navigating to
/usr/lib/firefox-*/ (* representing the version) and opening
omni.jar with Archive Manager (File Roller). Then, in Archive Manager, navigate to
/chrome/browser/skin/classic/browser/. The sprite Firefox uses for its toolbar items is named
The reason I wanted to know this was to make the icon consistent with the Humanity icon theme. I edited changed the Bookmarks icon in the sprite to use Humanity’s default Bookmarks icon. If you’d like to do the same, replace the default
Toolbar.png with mine here:
This is how my toolbar looks with the replaced