Re: Add extensions without needing to close the session


Thanks for your answer, but it has two problems:

- I do know how to do that, but users installing my package don't

- Alt+F2 and 'r' doesn't work on Wayland... (I tried it)

If can do it, I'm pretty sure there is a way to do

El 17/12/16 a las 21:32, Jan Niklas Hasse escribió:

On Sat, 17 Dec 2016, at 01:08, rastersoft wrote:
Hi all:

I want to distribute a gnome shell extension with a program that I made,
to allow to better integrate it with gnome shell. The problem is that,
after copying the files in the system
(usr/share/gnome-shell/extensions/myExtensionID rastersoft com), gnome
shell still doesn't "see" it. I have to logout and login again.

How can I avoid this step? (to be clear: I don't want to enable
automatically my extension; only want that, if the user installs the
package with my program, the extension being shown in
gnome-shell-extension-prefs without forcing the user to logout and login
Press Alt+F2 and type "r" to restart the Shell. After that, restart the gnome-shell-extension-prefs / 
gnome-tweak-tool and your extension should show up :)
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