hovering over it shows a tooltip with the following message:
so I followed the directions and entered the command in terminal and got this in response:Warning: this icon theme has no cache file. You can create this by running gtk-update-icon-cache /home/NAME/.icons/Menda-Circle/ in a terminal emulator.
gtk-update-icon-cache: Failed to open file /home/NAME/.icons/Menda-Circle/.icon-theme.cache : File exists
No idea what this means or how to proceed.
EDIT: after some more searching around, found this thread from way back in 2008:
Here's the solution that worked for that person, but not sure if it applies to me or how to go about doing it:
Apparently gtk-update-icon-cache didn't accept that i had a .icon-theme.cache in /usr/share/icons/hicolor/. After removing it gtk-update-icon-cache apparently created a new file "icon-theme.cache" and doesn't complain anymore. The thing that is wierd about this is that on my other comp i have the .icon-theme.cache and it doesn't complain when upgrading.. Marking this solved anyway