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Ever since I upgraded to 13.10 the icons in the Unity panel appears in Gnome's default theme instead of Unity.

Here's a screenshot: http://i.imgur.com/9cU15wK.png

Both the unity tweak tool and the gnome tweak tools show that the selected icon theme is Ubuntu-mono-dark.

Executing setsid unity fixes the icons for the current session, but after logging in again the icons go back to the Gnome default theme.

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If memory doesn't fails me, the name of the Icon theme isn't Ubuntu-mono-dark but Humanity.

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I do have an icon theme named humanity, but switching to it doesn't seem to resolve the problem – darwish Nov 2 '13 at 15:57

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