Hello, after the update, all the icons on the buttons in Garuda Assistant disappeared
Which DE/WM are you using?
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This thing happens in gnome with me as well all the time.
Btw when I was playing with gnome-barebones, I was trying adding garuda's icons and themes.
And in that assistant got some icons but some were missing there as well. (I don't know what caused them to appear in assistant)
But in the official gnome version there are no icons at all.
Gnome 40.4 Mutter (GDM)
For the missing icons in barebones, do you have
I meant to say I got some icons on barebones (dont know how) but can't get them in official release.
I understand. I am saying you can probably get the rest by installing
Hmm. but that's in the barebones what about the normal gnome ( which is the actual issue btw )
It is being investigated. It seems to be a conflict between the assistant and qt5ct
I think we found the source of the issue. Can someone else who is impacted try this?
Open up kvantum manager, edit the current theme and uncheck this button?
Can you try going into qt5ct and temporarily changing away from kvantum and see if that fixes it? That will let us know if the problem is in kvantum or somewhere else.
You will probably need to re-launch the app after you make the change.
Yes, but it's hard to call it a solution. And it doesn't look like it was ever intended that way. am I right?
It wasn't intended to be a solution. It was just a troubleshooting step. Now we know that some setting in kvantum is causing the problem.
I was using the i3 version(which had the same issue) to test. I am installing the gnome version now.
A small question in the end. Will all your applications be localized depending on the system language?