Today I ran my day to day update, gnome 3 has been updated to gnome 42 and now:
manjaro theme disappeared
I can t download attachments from google chrome gmail to some folders, to the DOWNLOAD folder, yes, to the root of dropbox folder, yes, but some sub folders inside dropbox no…
Just before starting the update everything worked as expected.
With Firefox I have not this issue, but I need google chrome because of some web apps
Did somebody experience same issue?
Any help appreciated
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Well, hot dog!
I don’t even have xdg-desktop-portal nor xdg-desktop-portal-gnome nor xdg-desktop-portal-gtk installed. (None of them.)
Try uninstalling them and see if it resolves the issue?
Not sure of their purpose, but I’ve been using my Xfce system for a while now with no issues, without these packages.
To be clear, I do not have (nor ever have installed) any xdg-desktop-portal-*
EDIT: And here’s the bug report:
FileChooser portal adds directories read-only (#41) · Issues ·…
However, it might be trickier for GNOME users (as opposed to Xfce users), since GNOME system’s might require
xdg-desktop-portal-gnome as a hard dependency?
For my Xfce system, I don’t have (nor need) any such
If removing the package is not feasible, you can try
veteran-linux-usr’s @novice-linux-usr’s temporary workaround of clicking the filename field and then pressing Enter.
I ll try your advice and let u know.
Hi it looks it works but the drag and drop function does not work in Gmail for the attachment
Drag-and-drop from where? The actual file manager?
Or do you mean it doesn’t work when you try to upload an attachment to Gmail by using the GTK file picker window?
I use application FILES, when from FILES I drag a file and want to put it in GMAIL as attachment (via drag drop) it does not work anymore.