I did a minimal installation of UM and I do not seem to have any start menu icons. How do I (re)install them ?
On a full 20.04 install the default menu applet is brisk :
I saw that only this package is installed (i guess only needed) :
┌─[[email protected]]─[~/Downloads] └──╼ $dpkg -l | grep brisk ii mate-applet-brisk-menu 0.6.0-1ubuntu1 amd64 Solus Project's Brisk Menu MATE Panel Applet
In deconf-editor i dont see any special config for the icon, so i guess it is using the default menu icon of your theme :
You can take a look in this path / your actual theme this file is existing :
┌─[[email protected]]─[/usr/share/icons/Ambiant-MATE] └──╼ $find . -name *menu* ./status/22/indicator-appmenu-menu-panel.svg ┌─[[email protected]]─[/usr/share/icons/Ambiant-MATE] └──╼ $pwd /usr/share/icons/Ambiant-MATE
You can also put a icon there to see if it will work.
I guess logout / login will be required to test it out.
Sorry i cant help more i'm running full install
I examined an icon, but it does not show the old location so I end up in /usr/share/icons
But this is what it looks like if you do a minimal install of 20.04
Oulla, i saw it somewhere :
Maybe you are in the same case
Yes I have the same problem,
tried the sed command's but it did nothing for me.
I guess its waiting on the fix/update ?
DId you gave a try to that :
I did now:
-rw-r--r-- 1 root root 2925 jun 18 12:43 mate-menus.mo
-rw-r--r-- 1 root root 4075 feb 13 12:42 mate-menus.mo.bak
Logged out and in, still no icons
And if you try a other theme ? advising you to fallow the other topic BTW
I did but no dice
A solution will come soon i'm sure
Hey @Guy !
I finally got inspired by your topic and done change my menu icon and found out that the correct name have to be :
(path to your theme) /places/scalable/start-here.svg
I replaced and have now a good looking ubuntu mate icon :
@olek: Looks a bit cut of on the top and bottom, so I think you found a new bug
I had the same problem after installing um (20.04) with Dutch locale. Changing it back to English fixed it for me.
This worked for me.
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