If you hover over a track in the play list a pop up appears showing various information for that track. The icon that is shown next to bit rate is the "default" icon. Same icon is shown in the "Edit Filter" window.
Steps to Reproduce:
1.Hover over a track in the playlist
2.Watch the pop up appear
3.See that the icon next to bit rate is missing
Created attachment 72218 [details]
Play list pop up
Created attachment 72219 [details]
Edit Filter window
Do you have all oxygen packages installed? This is probably in the package oxygen-icon-theme-complete. Of course this assumes you are indeed using the Oxygen theme.
dpkg -l oxygen* gives:
ii oxygen-cursor-theme 0.0.2010-05-10-kde4.4.3- Oxygen Mouse Cursor Theme
ii oxygen-icon-theme 4:4.8.90-0ubuntu1~precis Oxygen icon theme
ii oxygen-icon-theme-comple 4:4.8.90-0ubuntu1~precis Oxygen icon theme - transitional package
Where should the icon be located so I can see if it is there?
I've now downloaded the source and from the file MetaConstants.cpp it looks like it is showing the correct icon:
case Meta::valBitrate: return "application-octet-stream";
Doesn't look right though.
Yes, this is indeed wrong, it should show a metronome
Thought the metronome was to show BPM.
we simply don't have an icon for bitrate, so we've abused the application-octet-stream because it looks kinda similar to something we would imagine as bitrate. Feel free to provide an icon for it (in the same style as other icons) and we'll happily use it.
this is certainly not a regression, this icon was present at least by Ralf's commit form november 2010 and I have found no icon for bitrate in oxygen or in Amarok sources. Once found not a regression, I think this is not a release blocker, too.
hm, how about the icon audio-x-wav.png or the irc-voice.png? It's better than nothing and both suggest an output. Or maybe just office-chart-bar.png?
Git commit c06d689ea9b2aa50a400e676c7c178ecec923b86 by Matěj Laitl.
Committed on 11/07/2012 at 13:47.
Pushed by laitl into branch 'master'.
Change bitrate icon from application-octet-stream to audio-x-generic
This one is supposedly more descriptive. Partick, does this affect
Windows packaging somehow? Rather CCing you.
CCMAIL: Patrick von Reth <firstname.lastname@example.org>
M +1 -0 ChangeLog
M +1 -1 src/core/meta/support/MetaConstants.cpp
M +1 -1 src/playlist/PlaylistDefines.h