Yesterday I decreased the size of my Windows 10 partition so I could give some more space to Manjaro on my dual-boot machine. I turned my PC off, booted Manjaro from the live environment, updated the system and installed GParted to add the unallocated space to Manjaro (this was like the 3rd time I’ve done this process and never had any sort of issues). I booted to Manjaro after that and everything was working fine except for the colors of some elements that were darker than usual and it’s hard to see some buttons now, which is really annoying. Here are a few screenshots of the messed up colors.
As you can see the button icons are dark, and they weren’t like that before the partition resize. I am currently using the Sweet KDE theme in KDE Plasma 5.23.3, Framework version 5.88.0. And yes I have already tried changing color schemes but I keep getting the same results.
Any help you can give is appreciated.
I tried to clean the cache but unfortunately I still have this issue. It could be because when I ran the kbuildsycoca5 --noincremental command, I got the following input:
kf.service.services: The desktop entry file "/usr/share/applications/qemu.desktop" has Type= "Application" but no E
kf.service.sycoca: Invalid Service : "/usr/share/applications/qemu.desktop"
I also did rm -rf ~/.cache/* and rebooted after that but still no success. Any indications in how to solve this?
It didn’t solve the problem, I have already tried to do it before but it seems it was no use. Another thing that I forgot to mention is that after this said partition resize, my keyboard’s lights stopped functioning but only in Manjaro. Usually when I boot up my PC the keyboard lights up and keeps like that when I boot to Manjaro, however now it just turns off and I can’t turn it on anymore. I think this said partition resize probably broke something on my system.