In case you use the Windows Scale factor, icons in LibreOffice are really weird on some computers with Intel Graphics.
Steps to Reproduce:
1.Activate the Scal factor to 150%
2.Disconnect the Windows session and reconnect it
User Profile Reset: No
The only way to have good icons is to use 100% scale factor, disconnect and reconnect.
Created attachment 147887 [details]
Bad icons GUI
Comment we had in French with an user on Twitter experiencing the same issue:
We are waiting to get more details about his configuration. We don't know yet whether he has an Intel or AMD CPU/GPU.
That looks to be a dupe of bug 119020 which has been fixed  for 6.1.4 release.
OP needs to clear his user cache (which holds scaled icon cache over from prior install) and retest to verify.
Is there a way to make the LibreOffice installer for version 6.2.x clear the icon cache? Clearing the icon cache on users not affected seems to cause no harm, and seems some users with the issue don't know to clear the cache. Two other OSS programs I use (Audacity and Stellarium) have options in their installers to clear config and caches when updating versions. Maybe their devs would be willing to work with LibreOffice devs to add options the installer to clear the cache at updates? I for one would like an easy way to clear the cache at each update just to keep the crud down. Thank you.
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