autocrosser wrote:I've found that "normally" most extensions will work with a newer version by just editing the metadata.json ...the file states not to edit it, but I've not had many problems with that (once or twice I locked up shell, but logging in as another user & then going into my user as root to remove the offending file cleared the problem)....not sure why 3.6 is disappearing...
As far as the metadata.json change: "shell-version": [ "3.4", "3.6", "3.8" ], Will do the trick......
autocrosser wrote:Agreed on the "there just needs to be a mechanism for updating" I have been thinking about that--pity that the updater you were talking about (I used it also until it broke) is not working..that is what is really needed right now.If I knew more code I would take it on......
I guess that I was stating the rather self-explanatory about the metadata files...no-one take offense please.....
sigshane wrote:OP, I gotta know...
What is that fantastic wallpaper in your first screenie?
I love it!
Emilio Pozuelo Monfort [...]
10:07 (1 hour ago)
to Johannes, debian-gtk-gno.On 17/05/13 08:13, Johannes Rohr wrote:
sorry for my impatience! I noticed that GNOME 3.8 is still in experimental, even
though the Wheezy release process is over. Are there any indications as to when
it is going to make it into unstable? Is it waiting for some transition to
Yes, we're basically waiting for unstable to cool down (too many transitions atm).
GregE wrote:If you are sick of the constant battles to keep Alacarte running (and mine is broken again) then try this
It is written for Ubuntu but there is nothing Ubuntu specific about it. It installs in opt, and I had to use itself to fix up the menu item for it, but now it is all good.
Menu editing that works.
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