Version: (using KDE KDE 3.4.0)
Installed from: Slackware Packages
After opening the Services sidebar, I click on the 'plus' sign that is to the left of any node (i.e. Internet, Multimedia, Graphics Games, etc.). The icon of that node used to be specific to the node: for example, the icon for the Internet node used to be a globe. However, after pressing the plus sign, the icon turns to a blue folder.
If the node has children, then pressing the minus sign usually brings back the individualized icon of the node. However, if the node has no children, it is stuck being a folder. In either case, I don't think individualized icons should become folders while being expanded.
Thanks for taking the time to look at this bug.
Created attachment 10155 [details]
Example of icon change from individual icon to folder
The icons that have changed to a folder after I have clicked on the plus sign
to their left are pointed out by red arrows.
confirming for 3.4.3 from kubuntu breezy
*** Bug 116686 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
I can confirm this in 3.5.4 on kubuntu dapper.
Created attachment 17238 [details]
This patch is for kde 3.5.4 and fixes the problem for me. (kubuntu dapper).
This works for me as expected in 4.1 (in all the sidebar modules).