How to enable icons in context menu in Gnome?

I am new to OpenSuse and I chose Gnome because I really like its design. I tried KDE but I just didn’t like it, it reminds me of Windows 98.

The one thing I really do not like in Gnome is that there are no icons in the context menu. Like, copy, paste, rename… etc. I switched from Windows and I am like a blind man when I open the context menu. The problem is that I locate items visually and not by reading. Sure, I will remember the position of some items, but the item list is dynamic, it always changes, and that confuses me.

Is there a way to somehow enable those icons? Some scripts, commands, extensions… maybe a different theme?

If not, what alternative do you recommend? Gnome is the only one I like from the list OpenSuse provides during the installation.

Thank you :slight_smile:

@rnd55784 Hi and welcome to the Forum :smile:
My suggestion is to enable Accessibility in the Settings…

Configure this to your requirements, then for the likes of copy (ctrl+c), paste (ctrl_v), save (ctrl+s) and rename (F2) is look at just the keyboard shortcuts?