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i have a Raspberry Pi 3 model B Version 1.2. I have installed Raspbian OS on it.

I am making a project to a Truck, and i want to remove the Raspberry Pi Menu Icon and put a Mercedes Logo, how do i do it?

Any awnser will be Appreciated

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    What menu icon exactly? – Fabian Apr 2 '18 at 12:33
  • @Fabian the main menu; the menu of the aplications, of the run and of the Shutdown – yanko Apr 2 '18 at 13:10
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first, have your Mercedes logo downloaded, then follow these instructions:

  1. right-click in a blank space on the taskbar, or on the clock in the upper right corner.
  2. click on Panel Settings
  3. slect the Panel Applets tab.
  4. select Menu in the list, and then click on Preferences to the right.
  5. in the box that pops up, click browse, navigate to your image and choose it, then click ok, then close.

you should now have a different menu icon!!

EDIT: (Untested) @BotSpot below pointed out that you can just right click on the menu icon to access preferences instead.

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  • thank you! but i done it another way: i modified the raspberrypi-artwork folder icons Thank you anyway – yanko Apr 2 '18 at 20:22
  • Cool! I was actually trying to find a way to do it that way, but couldn't. Where is the path that contains raspberrypi-artwork @IanPauloPerina ? – scitronboy Apr 2 '18 at 21:57
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    thank you for that! You should answer your own question so other people can see the alternative /usr/share/raspberrypi-artwork route! – scitronboy Apr 2 '18 at 22:09
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    This is literally amazing! I am having fun changing the image multiple times.. (Pokeball, Windows Icon, etc..) – Momoro May 10 at 4:50
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    Why not just right-click on the menu button itself --> Menu Settings? It's so much faster! – Botspot May 10 at 20:12
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i was browsing system files and i discovered the directory of the main logos: /usr/share/raspberrypi-artwork NOTE: You will need admin rights to modify this files

The launch is the Menu Icon.

Thanks @scitronboy for suggesting me to awnser my own question ;)

NOTE: Keep images in their original format and name, you can't replace example.png with example.jpg

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  • NOTE: All of the images have to be in .PNG – yanko Apr 3 '18 at 21:41
  • One of them is formatted in SVG.. – Momoro May 10 at 4:51
  • @Momoro corrected, thanks – yanko May 10 at 17:12

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