navigation panel icons missing on standard install of 17.04

Bug #1698656 reported by Krister Swenson
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okular (Ubuntu)
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Bug Description

The navigation panel has only a single icon. The icons for "Thumbnails", "Reviews" and "Bookmarks" are missing.

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Krister Swenson (thekswenson) wrote :
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Launchpad Janitor (janitor) wrote :

Status changed to 'Confirmed' because the bug affects multiple users.

Changed in okular (Ubuntu):
status: New → Confirmed
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Dylan Justice (dsjstc) wrote :

Still present in 17.10.

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Alessander Botti Benevides (alessanderbotti) wrote :

As a workaround, what worked for me was:

$ sudo apt install systemsettings kde-config-gtk-style kde-config-gtk-style-preview oxygen-icon-theme

* systemsettings for the app systemsettings5;

* kde-config-gtk-style enables the Appearance module in systemsettings5;

* kde-config-gtk-style-preview allows previewing the themes without restarting the GTK applications;

* oxygen-icon-theme is an alternative theme to use in KDE applications.

Then, run systemsettings5, click on Application Style, select Oxygen as a Fallback theme, click on Apply.

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mx321 (mx321) wrote :

The steps described in #4 did not work for me. I managed to fix it by running qt5ct and selecting "Oxygen" as icon theme there.
Rem: I also have QT_QPA_PLATFORMTHEME="qt5ct" in my env.

See https://bbs.archlinux.org/viewtopic.php?id=220907

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Krister Swenson (thekswenson) wrote :

The workaround works for me.

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Dark Dragon (darkdragon-001) wrote :

Still present in 18.04.

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Vincenzoml (vincenzoml) wrote :

Still present in 20.10.

The proposed workaround works for me:

1) sudo apt install qt5ct oxygen-icon-theme

2) run qt5ct, select oxygen icon theme, apply.

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Clemens Sonnleitner (q-wertz) wrote :

For me it worked to use the snap version.

1) sudo apt remove okular --purge
2) sudo snap install okular

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Marcel Waldvogel (marcel.waldvogel) wrote :

In 21.04, the following works:

1) sudo apt install breeze-icon-theme

done.

@Maintainers: Please add some form of dependency on this.

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