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Not work at ArchLinux 3.35.91 #1116

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cathaysia opened this issue Mar 9, 2020 · 13 comments
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Not work at ArchLinux 3.35.91 #1116

cathaysia opened this issue Mar 9, 2020 · 13 comments

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@cathaysia cathaysia commented Mar 9, 2020

Hi !
Thanks for your work at dash to dock! My archlinux bring a lot of software update today. And my Gnome Shell update to 3.35.91, it cause many plug-in can't work. dash to dock is one of them.

Dash to dock can't bring any new thing after I installed, there is a big "ERROR" at https://extensions.gnome.org/extension/307/dash-to-dock/ after I installed.

Well, the result gnome-shell --version is "GNOME Shell 3.36.0", but the version of setting show is 3.35.91……

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@hrdwrrsk hrdwrrsk commented Mar 9, 2020

Use git version if you updated to 3.36 (get it from tmp/gnome-3.36 branch, but expect some issues like #1113)

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@cathaysia cathaysia commented Mar 9, 2020

OK. Thanks for your reply

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@sdolgikh sdolgikh commented Mar 9, 2020

Another option is to downgrade gnome to 3.34.4, I used that archived repo:

Server = https://archive.archlinux.org/repos/2020/03/06/$repo/os/$arch

and then pacman -Syyuu

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@dvorapa dvorapa commented Mar 9, 2020

Another option is to downgrade gnome to 3.34.4, I used that archived repo:

Server = https://archive.archlinux.org/repos/2020/03/06/$repo/os/$arch

and then pacman -Syyuu

Not a good option for regular Arch Linux users. Anyway this issue is a duplicate of #1084, can be solved using #1097:

Use git version if you updated to 3.36 (get it from tmp/gnome-3.36 branch, but expect some issues like #1113)

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@maboleth maboleth commented Mar 10, 2020

I hope devs will sort this asap. Of all big extensions I tried, this is the only one that still doesn't offer 3.36 support, yet it's the only one that totally fits my usage. Duh!

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@Scotty-Trees Scotty-Trees commented Mar 10, 2020

GNOME 3.36 is going to be released March 11 and I like your extension very much and hope it can be updated to include support for GNOME 3.36. Keep up the great work!

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@MasterB0t MasterB0t commented Mar 10, 2020

Use git version if you updated to 3.36 (get it from tmp/gnome-3.36 branch, but expect some issues like #1113)

Can you explain me how to get it from "tmp/gnome-3.36" ?
Thanks..

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@ismaail ismaail commented Mar 10, 2020

@MasterB0t steps to install from the source

First remove the extension folder in .local/share/gnome-shell/extensions/dash-to-dock@micxgx.gmail.com

In the Terminal, run the follwing commands:

cd /tmp
git clone -b tmp/gnome-3.36 https://github.com/micheleg/dash-to-dock.git
cd dash-to-dock
make
make install

Reload the Shell with Alt + F2, enter the letter r and hit Enter key

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@esa1975 esa1975 commented Mar 10, 2020

For what it's worth, I just used the tmp option above and I don't have the layout issue. Maybe it has been addressed?

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@luca-viggiani luca-viggiani commented Mar 13, 2020

In my case it shows misplaced in GS 3.36, Wayland and HiDPI screen (tmp/gnome-3.36 branch)
Schermata da 2020-03-13 08-24-03

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@mathieu-lemay mathieu-lemay commented Mar 15, 2020

Most problems seem to be fixed now in the gnome-3-36 branch.

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@maboleth maboleth commented Mar 15, 2020

If it's working, why this extension isn't official already? I'm sure even with slight misalignment, people would still be satisfied and get the job done.

So far I've been using Floating Dock extension. It's very nice but some features like auto-hide is missing, there's always one big blue dot on the screen. But overall, I'd switch easily to it if it had auto-hide working.

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@3v1n0 3v1n0 commented Mar 18, 2020

Duplicate of #1123

@3v1n0 3v1n0 marked this as a duplicate of #1123 Mar 18, 2020
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