I lost all of my app folders in the app picker. Now all apps are listed one by one in an alphabetical order. I tried to reset
/org/gnome/desktop/app-folders dconf directory and
/org/gnome/shell/app-picker-layout dconf key, log out and then log back in. But it didn’t help.
gnome-menus is installed on my system and I might be misremembering but I think when I had logged in after installing it for the first time, GNOME had automatically put some apps in automatically created app folders.
How do I ask GNOME to automatically create standard app-folders and put apps in them?
gnome-shell should automatically create them when started if
/org/gnome/desktop/app-folders/folder-children is empty: js/ui/appDisplay.js · 9f7a7ed202e00fa562af8bdf69320ad5de7e233a · GNOME / gnome-shell · GitLab
Thanks for the reply and sorry that I forgot to mention, GNOME Shell does create entries in
/org/gnome/desktop/app-folders/folder-children but they are always
['Utilities', 'Pardus', 'YaST'].
Utilities seems to be created correctly, however, I do not know from where did GNOME Shell find
Pardus. Their associated desktop-directories files don’t exist on my system (as far as I know). Also,
Pardus are not shown in the app picker as they are empty.
It seems like a GNOME Shell bug but I’m pretty sure I’m doing something wrong here as I am using Arch Linux installed manually and each package installed one by one, not the whole GNOME group together. I’m pretty sure I’ve messed up something somewhere.
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