You got good advice ten days ago. What happened when you ran
sudo eopkg check in a terminal window? Were any broken packages identified? If so, go to a terminal again and reinstall the broken package(s) with
eopkg, using the
For example, if a package called "some-icons" was found to be broken,
sudo eopkg --reinstall some-icons. Using the --reinstall option with eopkg tells it not to stop when it believes that the package is already installed, but to go ahead and install it again, so that it replaces the broken version.