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Thread: Where are "Advanced Settings" for Gnome 3.6/12.3?

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    Default Where are "Advanced Settings" for Gnome 3.6/12.3?

    Did a 12.3 Demo for our local UG last night and I could not find "Advanced Settings"! Were those options moved somewhere else? If so, at the very least where does one select "Use File Manager for Desktop"? Not having right-click functionality on the desktop is a show stopper for many folks I know. Thanks! Lee

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    Default Re: Where are "Advanced Settings" for Gnome 3.6/12.3?

    On Thu, 14 Mar 2013 15:36:01 +0000, omnitec wrote:

    > Did a 12.3 Demo for our local UG last night and I could not find
    > "Advanced Settings"! Were those options moved somewhere else? If so, at
    > the very least where does one select "Use File Manager for Desktop"?
    > Not having right-click functionality on the desktop is a show stopper
    > for many folks I know. Thanks! Lee


    The advanced settings are enabled with an extension, and you need to have
    gnome-tweak-tool installed.

    The extension I have installed is from:

    https://extensions.gnome.org/extensi...s-in-usermenu/

    Jim

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