Description of problem:
When oxygen-icon-theme isn't installed, the tray icon doesn't show up and kgpg reports:
kgpg(17323)/kdeui (KIconLoader): Error: standard icon theme "oxygen" not found!
This makes it "impossible" to get to the kgpg main window as long as KGPG -> Settings -> Misc -> Applet&Menus -> Show System Tray Icon is checked, because that option will make kgpg start minimized-to-tray. As a workaround, "kgpg -k" can be used to force opening of the key manager window.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Went a step further, added
for other stuff too (including khelpcenter, etc...)
* Fri Aug 01 2014 Rex Dieter <firstname.lastname@example.org> 4.13.3-2
- kgpg: missing dependency on oxygen-icon-theme (#1125460)
though, I think your analysis is incorrect, I don't think the lack of icons makes any difference (I had kde-runtime/oxygen-icon-theme installed, and got only the systray icon too)
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