Hi Guys, I have gnome-shell and extensions installed on my Rocky 9.1, but I can’t open the extensions app. I do can find the extensions app on my os, but nothing shows up after I click it, How can I get it work out.
the thing I want to do is:
how to make the bottom dash (favorate apps) always shows on , not hidden, because I have to click the
activaites button on left up corner everytime I want to switch app now.
I has installed the gnome extensions and It worked out on my former Rokcy 9.1 OS, but I reinstalled my OS system and installed cuda/nvidia and to make my os support remote control, I enabled the X11, not wayland( not sure whether these settings have influences on that problem)
BTY, does the terminal on Rocky has shortcut like ubuntu(ctrl+T)?
Not sure what you mean by the extensions app, AFAIK extensions are just managed by the Firefox GNOME Shell Integration.
You can set up a terminal shortcut in the GNOME Settings, under Keyboard → Keyboard Shortcuts
Hi, to make the bottom dash always show, Dash to panel might be what you are looking for…
An icon taskbar for the Gnome Shell. This extension moves the dash into the gnome main panel so that the application launchers and system tray are combined into a single panel, similar to that found in KDE Plasma and Windows 7+.
There is also Dash to Dock:
Hope this helps
Gnome Tweaks includes an Extension management section (for Rocky 8.x anyways, not sure for Rocky 9.x), if you have not already installed Tweaks, try it and see if it resolves your issue…
What happens if you run the app from the commandline, I believe the command is:
@RL1000 I believe for RL9 and Gnome 40, extensions got moved to its own app separate from tweaks.