gfreeau wrote:Thanks, I was able to fix it by going to gnome tweak tool, turning off reflection and then turning it back on again. Then the weather extension popped upwards correctly. At first I did do the copy, replace, restart thing and it worked correctly.
I have used a lot of the tweaks/extensions in this thread, thanks to those who put them together so quickly. Does anyone know if the window list extension can be tweaked to use up more space? I have a larger monitor and it only goes to the center before shrinking.
Also does anyone know of a good thunderbird/gmail notifier? That is the last thing I need from my old setup w/ dock.
About the mail notifier, you can install classic-systray
extension to "transport" any mail notifications (that originally pops from the system message tray) to the old style system tray. You can also use any Gnome-shell compatible mail notifier (Mailnag
, for example).
UPDATE: look at THIS post and ignore the rest.
About the window list
extension, I think is just a question of time for Mint's developers to fix that issue as they did with MGSE menu
extension. There is no simple tweak you can apply to get it the way we want, it needs a complete re-work because that "halving" is caused by the very nature of the task bar (it is not a "one-piece" thing, it's three
There is some alternative (in this very thread) but honestly... it doesn't look very well. So, our best choice is to wait for a while. I'm very confident it'll be updated soon (hint: read the TODO list at Clem's windowlist GitHub