I’m wondering if there is a way remove everything that manjaro changes on Gnome, so that only extensions that I added will stay/nothing will stay and it’ll be classic gnome.
I really don’t like green color everywhere, but I can’t really change it. Also it has more than 10 built-in extensions and most of them I’ll never even use.
I really liked Nobara’s official desktop(which is customized gnome), but I still want to stick with manjaro.
While trying to make it look more like Nobara(mostly same extensions) I noticed that I can’t really change colors of the system and it has a lot of extensions built-in that I don’t need.
By colors I mean folder icons and login manager, cause I managed to change quick menu and some stuff with “Custom Accent Colors”.
I tried to install gnome classic via pamac, but it’s just… I’m getting option to use Gnome classic when Loging in, but it’s useless. Built-in extensions are still there, login manager and system is still green mostly and extensions that I use (Dash to panel) just turns itself off(while leaving broken panels).
Maybe you can help with my problem or maybe you just know some great gnome extensions for customization - will be helpful.
No such app?
Thanks for saying that super+A, I was usinc ark menu from the start and couldn’t find it there. But I just did a timeshift to before I installed gnome-vanilla and now I don’t have “cleanup-manjaro-gnome” anymore. Is gnome-vinalla installation necesseary?
I mean cleanup-manjaro-gnome looks like the needed thing. It’ll work only with manjaro-gnome-vanilla or without it too?
Cause basically I installed gnome vanilla, then used cleanup-manjaro-gnome and then removed manjaro-gnome-vanilla. Now I think there is no manjaro customizations(login screen changed color at least, to default blue), but system extenions still exist and now I have 4 choices when I choose what’s desktop too load(when I really need only one).
I did a timeshift to a time before timeshift, but I see what you mean
At this moment, on a current state of my system that’s what happened:
I installed manjaro-gnome-vanilla, ran cleanup tool and removed manjaro-gnome-vanilla.
What changed? Login manager is now blue(default) and not green, but I still have built-in extensions and now I have 4 different desktop options(all gnome) which I don’t need. Was it even there before or by default there is only one?
For folder colors thanks, I didn’t know I need a specific package just for icons.
Well, I have no idea what I did that could’ve cause me having 4 desktop options, except installing and removing manjaro-gnome-vanilla(I noticed them appear when I installed it, but I didn’t check prior and didn’t really do anything either), so I guess I’ll just reinstall.
The GNOME Shell Extensions listed as System Extensions are installed as system packages. The Extensions listed as Manually Installed are installed locally in your home folder from the GNOME Extensions website.