Hello, all! Brand new EndeavorOS user here (as of yesterday), though not new to Arch (I also use Manjaro) or Deepin (I replaced the previous Deepin version with EndeavorOS) but still somewhat new to Linux (since last December). I’m posting this here because I think it’s a Deepin issue and not strictly EndeavorOS. I trust the Admin team will re-locate this if I’m wrong.
Everything about the install went just fine. So, too, the installation of Pamac. And, because of Manjaro, I already knew about having to enable AUR in Add & Remove Software, how package are built via AUR, etc. In fact, my first two builds were Vivaldi and Brave browsers.
Thanks to the development team for not bloating EndeavorOS with LibreOffice and Thunderbird which I always uninstall immediately in favor of FreeOffice and Geary, respectively. Geary installed quickly (since it came from the Approved repository) and FreeOffice built with no problem.
My question is about the icons that have appeared within the Deepin dock for FreeOffice. When Vivaldi, Brave, Geary and FreeOffice were all installed, the icons that appear on the desktop within Launcher are all correct (that being: icons that I have come to associate as “logos” for that software), When I right-clicked on the first 3 when they opened in the panel to add them to the dock, those same icon designs loaded in. Not so for FreeOffice, however.
No, even though the icons for the 3 elements of FreeOffice are correct as they are displayed in the Launcher, what appears in the panel when they are opened are very unfamiliar icons. Then, when I right-clicked on them to Add to Dock, the icons that appeared in the dock were yet another design that’s somewhat generic…looking a bit like a gear (though not the same as that for the Control Center).
Is there some reason why, with all of the above installations performed without a hitch, the proper icons for the other package all got brought over to the Deepin Dock…but not so for FreeOffice?