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- Jan 14 2019, 6:07 AM (139 w, 4 d)
Feb 2 2020
Oct 5 2019
Just came across this when I went to compile the shell without the patch after upgrading. Thanks for doing this! Unite is working very nicely.
Unite works again in GNOME 3.34! You just have to set gsettings set org.gnome.shell show-app-menu true. Thanks @JoshStrobl for implementing this gsettings switch!
Aug 27 2019
For the record, the missing dependency is xprop and you can install it with sudo eopkg install xprop. But yeah, like Josh said, it's not going to work because AppMenu is disabled.
Aug 25 2019
May 5 2019
It will depend on an app-by-app basis. Most applications implement the identical functionality in the headerbar, app menu, or with the menu that is present when you click on the application icon that we have set as part of the default window decorations.
Got it, thanks. I compiled gnome shell myself without the patch (Solus makes it so easy :)) and yeah I see what you mean, the switch in tweaks doesn't do anything, the app menu is just always on.
Ah OK. I'm a bit confused though, so if you don't mind spelling it out for a noob....
Apr 14 2019
Isn't fusion the new default anyway?