A couple of my laptops that are running Arch have, at different times in the past few weeks, started showing the wrong icons in the top panel in Gnome 3 (the accessibility, sound, network, battery icons in the top right).
Rather than the standard monochrome icons, I'm getting colour ones. that look like this:
Any thoughts on how I can get the standard Gnome 3 icons back?
EDIT: well, dunno what caused this, but the latest pacman -Syu cleared the problem...
Last edited by john_h (2013-04-25 20:46:05)
Hmm, you could check to see that the regular icon theme is selected in gnome-tweak-tool.
I've had this problem for a couple months now. Running pacman -Syu hasn't fixed it yet. I've also tried messing with the theme in gnome-tweak-tool to get the old icons back. The ones for the wireless connection make no sense, and these are really hard to see on my little netbook. Does anyone else have any suggestions?
Please let me know. Thanks!