Anyone able to get the website to work? I keep getting time out errors and when I check "down for everyone or just me" it says it doesn't exist on the internet.
on 07/04/2013 – Made popular on 07/04/2013
I recently upgraded 4 machines to Ubuntu 12.10. 1 machine is 32 bit, the 3 others are 64 bit. On two of the 64 bit machines I am getting this error when visiting the Gnome Extensions.org website which worked fine before the upgrade:
"You do not appear to have an up to date version of GNOME 3. You won't be able to install extensions from here.
I've been upgraded to gnome-shell 3.11.2 for several weeks now but have been unable to install any extensions through the gnome extensions website. I usually wait several days for the extensions devs to update the extensions to the newest gnome shell, but I have been unable to even view any extensions for a few weeks now.
I know how to go to the https://extensions.gnome.org/ website and download gnome-shell extensions, but now I need to install some extensions available there on a computer without any internet access at all. It is in a internal corporate network and there's no way I can get outside internet access on it, so I must find another way. I can copy files in a usb disk.
On a fresh ubuntu install (12.04, x86_64). After gnome-shell installation, I've tried to install some extensions from extensions.gnome.org but got no result. I've tried with Firefox and Chromium and got the same issue.
1- open any extension page on extensions.gnome.org
So I have a few gnome-shell extensions installed from extensions.gnome.org. With the update from F16 to F17, several no longer work (qTile for instance). On the extensions.gnome site it says they are "outdated", but provides no option to unistall or update them. What can I do to get them working again?
Hello there, following issue is bothering me:After update to gnome 3.8 (some time ago, because of this issue I switched to KDE, but would like to return to gnome) the shell search does not find all programs when searching.E.g.
AncientPC wrote:I can't tell if `C-M-S-u` is ctrl + alt + shift / super, but in either case the grid plugin doesn't work for me.Usually:"C" = "Ctrl""M" = "Mod""S" = "Shift"If hitting all four keys doesn't work, you may want to check that all your special keys are mapped to where you expect them.
fast_rizwaan wrote:@op wrote:I'm using Arch x64 with Gnome 3.2.1 and Firefox 8.0.1 on my laptop, the Firefox Gnome Shell Plugin is installed and activated.I can browse through the extensions on https://extensions.gnome.org/ and I can see the activate/deactivate switches and trigger them.