I've been running this for a couple days with limited problems, big thanks to the devs! I've got a problem with cpufrequtils script not running at boot (posted in that thread) but the reason I've come here is to ask about an icon issue. I did the wifi red icon fix, rebooted and all my icons were good. Over the course of subsequent reboots my battery indicator icons in task tray suddenly changed to icons that look like text document icons. I thought I could change icon or widget them and get them back but that only cause more icons to dissappear, Pidgin/Audacious/Remmina/image viewer/gnumeric/vlc/onboard/and about half of the system tools menu are now all gear icons. I can find /usr/share/applications and could edit with gedit to change the icons manually but where do i point them to other than /usr/share/icons? If I change my widget and icon themes back to Lubuntu default and reboot I still have the same generic gear icons for everything and the two document icons for my batteries in the task tray. How can I get my icons back? Thanks!!
Edit: I'm running DJDill 14.04, sorry. I found after posting this that if I changed widget theme back to Lubuntu and icon theme to Lubuntu-default and rebooted that my icons all came back as they should be. Maybe the theme/icon packs that I tried to use didn't contain the necessary icons in the correct size?
Last edited by NewMC; 7th October 2015 at 09:50 PM.