RE: Feedback on users/epiphany/3.14/

Great. I was able to access about:applications and manage the installation from there.

Incidentally, the latest release of Raspian no longer seems to recognize web applications as items that can 
be added easily to the Menu or Application Launcher. Here are the steps I took as a workaround. Once the web 
application was created, I navigated to my `~/.local/share/applications/` directory and found the Desktop 
Entry file that Epiphany created, `<web-app>.desktop`. I edited the file with Leafpad to add the line 
`Categories=Game;` and then, I had to open the file system as root and copy that Desktop Entry file to both 
`/usr/share/applications` and `/usr/local/share/applications`. Last, I ran `lxpanelctl restart` from the 
Terminal. I'm unclear if this should be part of the same bug report, handled separately, or added to the docs.

-----Original Message-----
From: Ekaterina Gerasimova [mailto:kittykat3756 gmail com] 
Sent: Wednesday, January 21, 2015 5:57 AM
To: Hogan, Michael C
Cc: docs-feedback gnome org
Subject: Re: Feedback on users/epiphany/3.14/


On 21/01/2015, Hogan, Michael C <Michael C Hogan2 boeing com> wrote:
Hello, I'm trying to use "save as web application" but cannot figure 
out where the resulting files are actually saved. I'd like to locate 
them in the file system so that I can delete old web applications that 
are no longer needed and create short cuts to open web applications more easily.

You are correct that the documentation doesn't explain how to delete a web application.

I have filed a bug at you can subscribe to it to follow the progress or you can 
submit a patch to fix it.


Michael C. Hogan, michael c hogan2 boeing com

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