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Kdenlive / Mint 17.1 / 64 bit / buttons and icons missing

janiporo
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Just today installed Kdenlive and all my buttons and icons are missing.

Could this be repaired by installing another theme? How to do that? I need a dark one.

Any other solutions?

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vpinon
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Wed Dec 17, 2014 5:13 am
Hello,
How did you install Kdenlive? Package, binary build?
If you built it yourself, did you add your installation path to XDG_DATA_DIRS as (should be) showed during compilation?
janiporo
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I installed it via software center.

How do I test another skin/theme? It shows only default in list.

EDIT: Never mind, installed:
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sudo apt-get install kde-runtime

and buttons are back. Also did this to get the themes:
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sudo apt-get install  kde-workspace-data
aharris
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I am having the same problem. I installed from my software manager. Please help. I am very new to my Linux Mint 17.1 OS so I will need detailed instructions of how to fix this.

Thank you :)
janiporo
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To open terminal, press Ctrl + Alt + T (or select it through menus)

Then copy/paste this in to the terminal and press enter (it will ask for your password):
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sudo apt-get install kde-runtime

That should do it, now just restart Kdenlive

If you want additional themes (skins) copy/paste this and hit enter:
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sudo apt-get install  kde-workspace-data

It should work now. If not, I can not help.
aharris
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:) :) :) Worked perfectly! Thank you!! :) :) :)
janiporo
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You are welcome. This is what the forums are for.

I was like you about 6 years ago, keep on going and some day you will help someone :)
El Barto rules
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;D

Yeaaaaaaaaaaaahhhhhhhhhhhhh!!!
I tried your solution... And it worked out fine....
Thanks so much.... buttons are back and everything is working perfectly well...

Brilliant!!!
janiporo
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Happy to help ^__^

BTW, much more stable than Openshot, I have noticed.
oxide94
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@janiporo thank you, i had this same problem on ubuntu 16.04 LTS 'sudo apt-get install kde-runtime' solved it.
nipoc
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you can just use

sudo apt-get install breeze-icon-theme

it's a much smaller package without unnecessary bits.

 
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