Checkmark icons not visible in 'Preferences' window

I did the same, thank you for the tip! But again, this is only a temporary solution - in the end we get the same “faceless” Audacity with checkmarks and scroll bars invisible when we revert back to our favourite or default system theme. Doesn’t this mean something’s wrong with Audacity’s compatibility with Gnome, not the system per se?

Apart from some audio issues with pipewire that I’ve explained earlier, I got the same visibility problem (I can’t see scrollbars either), and I wish the Audacity team could tackle them, when possible.