hi all thank you for taking the time to help me
i have moved from gnome manjaro to the kde version think this the desktop DE is-the one i want to stay with as i do think it works with my work flow a bit better
but when i was using the gnome version they had the nice app made my Linux mint web apps but i cant seem to find this in the software repo in the kde version anyone now what its called so i can get it added to my install
thank you again for taking the time to read this and help me
I cant either without more information.
What is this software?
What is its purpose?
What does it look like?
What is its name, or as close as you can remember?
I dont mean to sound rude … but “blank blank mint app blank blank” is very little to go off of.
hi thank you so much for your fast reply yes your right somtimes i dont all ways explain my self right
it is this app i think
it is called web app manger i think its a nice little tool for turning them web app /sites into desktop like apps into the system is a nice touched the mint team added over using the browser from off web apps was an nice tool i was using an lot
thank you again for your help
If it is what I think it is … then I believe Mint stopped developing that tool … partially because most modern browsers provide this functionality themselves.
So it is quite possible it existed then … and not now. I cannot find such a package.
If you would like. There still exists what I used to use, which is in the AUR,
(of course let me know if you are indeed not talking abut an ssb or ssb-manager)
In Manjaro is
The package is called
webapp-manager. There’s also our fork with Pamac support using JAK for native apps called
oh sneaky dashes being moved around.
Hi cscs now it not that tool its a new tool the made for that last version i think i cant add links yet to the forums so i cant send the direct link to an page talking about it
thanks all got it added now
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