Description of problem:
Please refer to my comment with bug 1516464 (see below)
Prior to gnome 3.28, I could move my gnome extensions
and with some adjustments (refer to my comments with bug 1473935
these extensions would be globally available.
This part is not working with Gnome 3.28. There is no indication that this feature was rescinded, so I presume it is a bug.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. See additional info below.
Implementation is as follows:
I have this similar problem with Fedora 28. And I will open a ticket for same
With gnome 3.26 (Fedora 27) I am able to, respecting ownership and permissions:
1) move all gnome extensions to
2) copy the org*.xml files from each EXTENSION_FILE/schema
and those extensions would be globally available to each logon (on reboot)
Extensions placed here are aret working. Was this feature rescinded or is it a gnome 3.28 bug?
Extension works if located in ~/.local/share/gnome-shell/extensions
I am the maintainer of the following two packages
gnome-shell-extension-netspeed and gnome-shell-extension-media-player-indicator
same issue here:
The extensions works if located in ~/.local/share/gnome-shell/extensions
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