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Michael Robinson Michael Robinson 2 4. Did that. Fixed my missing Apple icons. I only had the icons missing for apple apps. I think I must be doing something stupid.
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I put the commands in Terminal, but got 'Operation not permitted'. Do I have to set something else before doing this? Thanks in advance, Ol. Olly run them one line at a time. You'll need to have root permission to run these correctly.
Fix: Mac Menu Bar Icons Missing
If you're the only user on your computer, the root password is likely the password you use to sign in with. Restart Mac holding the shift key as soon as you hear the startup chime and hold until the boot sequence shows the Apple Log in and check the icons Restart to get out of safe mode where many things are disabled Log in normally and verify the icon database is rebuilt correctly under a normal mode start up https: High Sierra is so buggy.
Thanks a lot, that helped me as well! Side note: Hold the Shift-Key while booting your Mac to start up in safe mode.
I wish there was still a startup chime! This happened to my icons in high sierra This was the fix. Here's how to boot in safe mode Start or restart your Mac, then immediately press and hold the Shift key.
The Apple logo appears on your display. Release the Shift key when you see the login window. Hope that fixed your problems, Noah. Nosh Nosh 69 1 1. Nuno Lopes Nuno Lopes 11 1. Before rebooting in recovery mode to run sudo csrutil disable, I thought I'd try the safe mode boot suggested somewhere here. Rebooting holding shift, the icons were all present and correct.
All My Menu bar/Finder Icons Have Disappeared. What Gives?
Rebooting again to a normal session, and the icons remained fixed. Roman Savrulin Roman Savrulin 11 1. In many cases, removing and re-adding an application can solve the issue. This special troubleshooting technique will clean out some low-level caches and other files that could be the source of your problem. To attempt this, first shut your Mac down from the Apple Menu at the upper-left corner of your screen.
Afterward, press the power button to turn your computer back on, and then immediately hold down the Shift key on your keyboard. But anyway, once you restart, your Dock will likely be back to normal. Want news and tips from TekRevue delivered directly to your inbox?
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