Icons not showing up in menu

I just started using Fedora.
While opening quick settings pane or show applications, the options/icons don’t appear…
Is this a configuration issue for my laptop or is it a bug?

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Did you look in Settings / Display?
Mine is here…

Could we have more information please? What version of Fedora is this, is it up to date? What customisations have you made? I see a home icon in the top right, so I expect you have themes or extensions installed. So, can you please create a new user and see if the issue persists? If it does not, you’ll need to disable all your extensions/themes and enable them one by one to see which one is causing the issue.

I’m on Fedora 32.
I had the ‘show desktop’ extension by JSZVB
and the default application list extension . I am using the ‘HighContrastInverse’ applications theme
Even after disabling all the extensions, the icons are still not loading.
Changing user makes them work normally though…

Hrm, so it is limited to the user settings then. The only thing to do is to undo any customisation and then enable them one by one to see which one is causing the issue.

Also worth taking a look at the logs to see if you notice any errors, perhaps just after logging in?

Thanks! I will do that.

Yes, I did look there. But I don’t see any option for “Refresh Rate”

Hrm, what indicates this is refresh rate related?