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Thread: Panel icons show as white squares

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    Panel icons show as white squares

    My panel icons used to show perfectly fine in the panel.

    (I first had to whitelist in dconf-editor > desktop > unity > panel > systray-whitelist > ['all'].)

    Just recently, however, icons have been showing as just a white square.

    This does not affect all icons. The built-in ones show normally; Skype shows normally; Truecrypt shows normally but on a white square background; and others, such as Libre Office Quickstarter, SpiderOak and yad all show as just a white square.

    See the screen-shot; on the left are three icons, viz. Truecrypt, Spideroak and Libre Office.


    Any idea how to fix this?
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    Re: Panel icons show as white squares

    I restarted my machine this morning, and the problem has quite mysteriously been solved. I wish I knew why.
    Problems with WINE?
    Full Circle Magazine :: Confused "allot"? :: Cheap Linux stickers
    In my day, we had outdoors in which to run, play, and socialise. Now we have computers to do those.

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