xfce panel got distorted after upgrade

Hi folks just upgraded and after reboot I found the xfce panel to be completely distorted in regard to what it was before. What I mean is that as you can see below the theme/colouring and icons got messed up. I am using the Vertex theme with oranchelo icons in setup this is what I got after the upgrade.

Any ideas what might be causing this? If I look at my warnings I see the following showing up:

blueman-mechani[4877]: gtk_icon_theme_get_for_screen: assertion 'GDK_IS_SCREEN (screen)' failed
xfce4-notifyd[3213]: Theme parsing error: gtk.css:487:15: Unit is missing.
xfce4-notifyd[3213]: Theme parsing error: gtk.css:488:14: Unit is missing.
xfce4-notifyd[3213]: Theme parsing error: gtk.css:1309:8: 'height' is not a valid property name
xfce4-notifyd[3213]: Theme parsing error: gtk.css:6679:37: 'scale-alpha' is not a valid color name

This is a known issue. Please use this script and let it autostart.

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Thanks Philip, seems to be restoring to default theme but it's annoying that will have to run the script every time that we reboot.

I don't know if it's related, but it also messed up my dual monitor configuration, disabling one of the two in every startup. Can be enabled manually but still

Both are known issues and were tried to be fixed during development. However it seems they are still somewhat present.

These were the issues reported:


Also do this to fix some issues:

rm ~/.cache/sessions/

Issuing xfsettingsd --replace is a way to reload the settings.