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Browse Files setting is broken by default #162
It looks like the Browse Files setting is broken by default as it requires a dependency that must be installed separately (also see #90).
Could we either:
Currently, my experience was the following:
Documented instructions for enabling the Browse Files feature and floated a suggestion for adding a Gnome design principle for avoiding this pattern in the future at: https://ar.al/2018/08/03/how-to-enable-the-browse-files-setting-in-gsconnect/
Thanks for taking an interest in this and describing your expected experience well. The current behaviour of showing a warning icon with a tooltip was a pattern inherited from Gnome Tweaks. It's admittedly not very user friendly, even if a user were familiar with that application.
How GSConnect is installed is somewhat relevant here. If the extension is installed from your distributions package system, then it falls to the packager to mark it as a (possibly optional) dependency. On the other hand, if the extension is installed from extensions.gnome.org it can't be bundled with