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estica
03-Sep-2015, 17:06
Gnome where can I find the images that are marked in the picture?
http://i.imgur.com/NyLivpo.png


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malcolmlewis
03-Sep-2015, 18:26
Hi
Activities is part of the code, both image and text...

http://susepaste.org/25690970

I use the extension Activities Configurator
https://extensions.gnome.org/extension/358/activities-configurator/ so
look at the code here to see what is changed by this extension. The
square image for show applications is probably buried in the gnome-shell
code.


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estica
03-Sep-2015, 18:56
malcolmlewis;2726842 Wrote:
> Hi
> Activities is part of the code, both image and text...
>
> http://susepaste.org/25690970
>
> I use the extension Activities Configurator
> https://extensions.gnome.org/extension/358/activities-configurator/ so
> look at the code here to see what is changed by this extension. The
> square image for show applications is probably buried in the gnome-shell
> code.


I can not install


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hendersj
03-Sep-2015, 18:58
On Thu, 03 Sep 2015 17:56:01 +0000, estica wrote:

> malcolmlewis;2726842 Wrote:
>> Hi Activities is part of the code, both image and text...
>>
>> http://susepaste.org/25690970
>>
>> I use the extension Activities Configurator
>> https://extensions.gnome.org/extension/358/activities-configurator/ so
>> look at the code here to see what is changed by this extension. The
>> square image for show applications is probably buried in the
>> gnome-shell code.
>
>
> I can not install

Are you using susestudio.com for this, or are these just general openSUSE
questions? If they're general openSUSE questions, you probably want a
different forum, since SUSE Studio is a specific way of creating openSUSE
(and SLE) appliances.

Jim



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malcolmlewis
03-Sep-2015, 19:07
On Thu 03 Sep 2015 05:56:01 PM CDT, estica wrote:


malcolmlewis;2726842 Wrote:
> Hi
> Activities is part of the code, both image and text...
>
> http://susepaste.org/25690970
>
> I use the extension Activities Configurator
> https://extensions.gnome.org/extension/358/activities-configurator/ so
> look at the code here to see what is changed by this extension. The
> square image for show applications is probably buried in the
> gnome-shell code.


I can not install




Hi
If on SUSE Studio test drive, you need to download to a local machine
(I normally use a local vm), then you can upload to your image.

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estica
03-Sep-2015, 19:26
hendersj;2726847 Wrote:
> On Thu, 03 Sep 2015 17:56:01 +0000, estica wrote:
>
> > malcolmlewis;2726842 Wrote:
> >> Hi Activities is part of the code, both image and text...
> >>
> >> http://susepaste.org/25690970
> >>
> >> I use the extension Activities Configurator
> >> https://extensions.gnome.org/extension/358/activities-configurator/
> so
> >> look at the code here to see what is changed by this extension. The
> >> square image for show applications is probably buried in the
> >> gnome-shell code.
> >
> >
> > I can not install
>
> Are you using susestudio.com for this, or are these just general
> openSUSE
> questions? If they're general openSUSE questions, you probably want a
> different forum, since SUSE Studio is a specific way of creating
> openSUSE
> (and SLE) appliances.
>
> Jim
>
>
>
> --
> Jim Henderson, CNA6, CDE, CNI, LPIC-1, CLA10, CLP10
> Novell/SUSE/NetIQ Knowledge Partner

susestudio.com


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estica
03-Sep-2015, 19:56
malcolmlewis;2726850 Wrote:
> Hi
> If on SUSE Studio test drive, you need to download to a local machine
> (I normally use a local vm), then you can upload to your image.
>
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What is directory the image?


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malcolmlewis
03-Sep-2015, 21:53
On Thu 03 Sep 2015 06:56:01 PM CDT, estica wrote:


malcolmlewis;2726850 Wrote:
> Hi
> If on SUSE Studio test drive, you need to download to a local machine
> (I normally use a local vm), then you can upload to your image.
>
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What is directory the image?




Hi
On the local machine running gnome-shell it's in the users home
directory under;


~/.local/share/gnome-shell/extensions/activities-config@nls1729

If wanting system wide (not tested) place the extension
(activities-config@nls1729) in /usr/share/gnome-shell/extensions
directory.

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estica
03-Sep-2015, 23:16
I have no extension activities ...

I want to do manual for when other users install the distro stay with
my settings


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malcolmlewis
04-Sep-2015, 03:26
estica;2726877 Wrote:
> I have no extension activities ...
>
> I want to do manual for when other users install the distro stay with
> my settings
So you have to download it from the gnome-shell extensions page locally,
then tar up and upload to your SUSE Studio image, run test drive and log
in to that and add as required. If you want it system wide then you need
to unpack it in /usr/share/gnome-shell/extensions.


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