No icons on inkscape, gimp and uget

(Zayan Rohanda) #1

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

(kepszlok) #2

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

(Zayan Rohanda) #3

Here you are.

(JC) #4

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