Klaus Fabritius wrote:

> - Instead of a toolbar there is only "PNGPNGPNGPNG". Literally.

This indicates that your FOX library was built without support for PNG 
images.

When you configure FOX (i.e. by running its configure script) it 
attempts to locate the PNG header file (png.h) in the usual places (e.g. 
/usr/include or /usr/local/include). If it's unable to detect this 
prerequisite for PNG image support it will still go ahead and build FOX, 
but any PNG icons or images (such as those used in FreeRIDE) will simply 
display the default "PNG" bitmap that you're seeing.

I don't use FreeBSD, but if it's similar to RedHat Linux you may need to 
install a PNG "development" package (independent of the PNG "runtime" 
package) before configuring and building FOX. On Red Hat Linux this 
package is called "libpng-devel" (versus "libpng").

If you're pretty sure that this isn't the problem (i.e. you *know* that 
the png.h header file is already present but perhaps in some 
non-standard location) please see the FOX installation instructions 
about how to specify non-standard locations for stuff like that.

Hope this helps,

Lyle