I’m not completely sure, but i think, i miss some packages. Maybe i have de-installed them by accident. For example, after a fresh install of the Gnome minimal install, it seems that there was some dashboard with settings for behavior, set symbols, theme and so on, all with colorful icons. If I’m right, i could set the background of the sidepanel in Nautilus somwehere, but i cant find where this was. If i look now, i cant find such a application. Maybe i have removed it. Is there a way to get a list off initially installed packages or must i reinstall from scratch?
What you describe neither comes with the full nor minimal GNOIME ISO. Maybe something you installed from the AUR? Other than possibly
manjaro-settings-manager, I can’t think of what it would be. There’s no application that I know of that can change Nautilus’ panel color. A custom Gtk theme can, however.
I would check your
pacman.log and see what has been removed recently:
cat /var/log/pacman.log | grep Removed
The default installed applications are listed here:
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