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OS logo issue after changing icons

mmstick

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The `distributor-logo` is defined by the active icon theme, as you see. The pop theme defines the logo as our logo, whereas other themes will default to their defaults. Debian in this case.
 

suntex

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The `distributor-logo` is defined by the active icon theme, as you see. The pop theme defines the logo as our logo, whereas other themes will default to their defaults. Debian in this case.
I see. Thanks! Guess I would just stick with it as this is really minor and I have no other icon issues apart from this
 

rubenjs

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I had the same issue. Initially I thought it was because I did `do-release-upgrade` from 18.10, but it happened because I installed the Pop-Classic icons. So maybe I should just get used to the new "Gnome-like" icons.
 

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