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    Default Settings dialog of some Gnome extensions is broken

    Hello,
    the settings dialog of some extensions always looks like the following:


    What I tried to solve this without success:
    -uninstalling Gnome and cleaning up folders
    -reinstalling Gnome packages with force-parameter to overwrite files
    -setting packages back to system repo

    One of the affected extensions is TaskBar:
    https://extensions.gnome.org/extension/584/taskbar/

    It works in a VM, so it's likely related to some configuration or compatibility problem. Completely reinstalling Tumbleweed would probably do the trick, but that'd be an ugly solution.
    Any ideas, please?

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    Default Re: Settings dialog of some Gnome extensions is broken

    Hi
    Might be a corrupted schema or dconf... Just tested here and working fine.

    If you create a test user, login and install the extension, all is fine?

    Check with dconf editor (or gsettings) for the schema at org.gnome.shell.extensions.TaskBar for the settings in a working version and your non working one.
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    Default Re: Settings dialog of some Gnome extensions is broken

    It's also broken with a new user account.

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    Default Re: Settings dialog of some Gnome extensions is broken

    Quote Originally Posted by aufkrawall View Post
    It's also broken with a new user account.
    Hi
    OK, so what repositories do you have?

    Code:
    zypper lr -d
    Is the system all up to date?

    Code:
    zypper ref
    zypper dup --no-allow-vendor-change
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    Default Re: Settings dialog of some Gnome extensions is broken

    As I already wrote, I deactivated all 3rd party repos and did zypper dup without success.

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