Description of problem:
While setting Window List under Extensions tab in tweak-tools, the setting will reset upon opening the window.
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Steps to Reproduce:
1. Open gnome-tweak-tool.
2. Go to Extensions tab.
3. Open Window List setting (gear button).
4. Set Always group windows.
5. Close Window List window.
6. Open Window List setting (gear button) again.
Setting is back to Never group windows.
My setting gets saved/will not get reset upon opening the window.
Upon closer look, the setting will get saved the moment I close the Window List. As I am able to see multiple instances of terminal grouping and ungrouping. But only after closing the Window List. This setting will reset once the Window List is opened again.
Also should mention the AlternateTab is working well, I would expect the same from Window List as they seem like exact copies.
I tried with dconf, and seems the keys cannot be found somehow, so it's seems an issue with gnome-shell-extensions or so.
I can reproduce with gnome-shell-extension-tool, so seems the issue is there. the setting is changed in dconf fine.
(In reply to Carlos Soriano from comment #4)
> I can reproduce with gnome-shell-extension-tool, so seems the issue is
I doubt it - the only settings gnome-shell-extension-prefs knows about are the relevant settings in org.gnome.shell (enabled-extensions and disable-user-extensions).
The settings from individual extension settings are handled by the preference widget that is supplied by the extension, so that's more likely the source.
Florian is right, the problem is in gnome-shell-extensions, thus I move this there. This  is a link to an upstream fix.
Created attachment 1679581 [details]
The upstream fix does not apply to RHEL sources, this is the version, which does.
Unable to reproduce with gnome-shell-extensions-3.28.1-13.el7.
Since the problem described in this bug report should be
resolved in a recent advisory, it has been closed with a
resolution of ERRATA.
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