But step 3 leads to an endless display of the following message:
##WARNING: QSystemTrayIcon::setVisible: No Icon set
with %CPU close to 100%
are you on a 32 ou 64 bit version? Seems to work on a 64bit version, not
on 32 bit.
Le 14/09/2017 à 03:39, Cyril Brulebois a écrit :
thierry <thierry.jeanmou...@cegetel.net> (2017-07-21):
I have just upgraded from Jessie to Stretch, and many icons are
missing in the new Skrooge version.
I have installed the breeze-icon-theme package as recommended by the
upstream to no avail.
I am using the XCFE desktop
I'm in the exact same situation, and found out that the combination of
those 3 steps work:
1. install breeze
2. put this into ~/.config/kdeglobals:
3. start skrooge with:
I'd be very happy to have a better way to set the icon theme for all
kde applications though. This used to work:
$ kcmshell4 icons
but with its 5 version gives:
$ kcmshell5 icons
Could not find module 'icons'. See kcmshell5 --list for the full list of
It seems the following plugin is required, so I installed
This allows for editing ~/.kde/share/config/kdeglobals just by clicking
the right icons theme, but that's still not taken into account by
skrooge when it's started under xfce… Also, starting kcmshell5 icons
leads to Adwaita (the first theme) being selected in the list while it's
not the active theme (e.g. Tango).
KDE people, help please?
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