No icons on inkscape, gimp and uget

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There is no icon on uget, inkscape and gimp? What should I do?

Gimp works fine here. Can you please upload an image about your problem?

Here you are.

Inkscape works fine for me. Maybe you have to change the icon theme in system settings - applications style - gnome/gtk applications style, and change the icon theme

Hi guys, I installed both the penultimate (chakra-2019.03.03) and the last chakra distro (chakra-2019.04.07), and I found the same problem as Zayan Rohanda, ie the icons are not displayed. I also saw that kde-gtk-config is not installed either. Although installing it manually, the problem remains. What can I do to solve the problem?

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What are the default settings in Gonme/GTK application style settings?

Mine are this (i did never changed them, so breeze are the default):

*it’s in hungarian, but the relevant info are there

breeze, breeze-gtk, breeze-icons pacakges are also installed by default. Please Check those packages in your system.

As settings I have the same as the image posted by kepszlok. Furthermore all the packages are correctly installed. To verify holanciato the following command: sudo pacman -Ss breeze

The idea that I did is that it is a problem related to the last two testing distro as I wrote. From clean installation Gonme / GTK application style is not installed even if you install gimp or inkscape. I had to manually install the kde-gtk-config package to make the gnome / gtk applications style appear in applications style. I don’t know what to do to solve the problem.

Excuse me could you unlock me since I can’t replicate more than once?

Try this:

$ sudo pacman -Syu --debug
$ pacman -Qk gimp
$ pacman -Qk inkscape

Then run gimp and inkscape from Konsole, post that output here, too.

Also post the output of this:

$ gsettings list-recursively

That is not the complete output. Please post the complete and verbatim output. If the output exceeds the character limit for the post, attach it as a file.

Output is present in the attached file: output_konsole.txt (59.8 KB)

I’ve asked for the information four times, by now… If you are being cagey about this, explain why, instead of posting tidbits. Either way, your installation is probably broken somehow, and you are missing packages - possibly dependencies of other packages.