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Apr 19, 2013, 2:00 PM
Post #6 of 14
Nikos Chantziaras posted on Fri, 19 Apr 2013 09:53:12 +0300 as excerpted:
Re: FYI: libpng16 won't be able to show some broken icons libpng15 was still able to
[In reply to]
> On 18/04/13 21:24, Samuli Suominen wrote:
>> Short version:
>> If you see "PNG IDAT errors" like:
>> program: IDAT: invalid distance too far back `test1.png' @
>> WARNING **: Icon test1 missing: (0) Fatal error reading PNG image file:
>> Decompression error in IDAT
> Many of the KDE icons won't display anymore here (for example running
> SMPlayer results in many icons missing from the default interface.) I
> suppose there's no workaround other than downgrading libpng?
Hmm. smplayer2 works/looks fine here. (smplayer2, not smplayer, here.)
I think I've seen the error a couple times in konsole (stdout/stderr)
output, but as anyone who often runs kde apps from konsole surely knows,
kde apps tend to be incredibly noisy on stdout/stderr anyway, and that
was before this whole thread, so I just though it was kde being kde.
But I certainly haven't noticed a problem on ~arch, running kde
126.96.36.19999 (live-4.10-branch, updated a couple times a week) from the
gentoo/kde overlay, along with libpng-1.6.1-r1, according to equery.
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