On 9/12/22 12:35 PM, Adam Williamson wrote:
Hey folks! So a bug came up at today's blocker review meeting: https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=2106868 it takes a minute to parse, but the tl;dr is that right now in Fedora 37, you can't go tohttps://extensions.gnome.org and install extensions.
Actually, that's not true. You *can* install the few extensions that have been updated for GNOME 43, but what you *can't* do is use any of the other new functionality on extensions.gnome.org. They used to show you what those functions were, but they were greyed out (IIRC, one of them allowed you to disable compatibility checks so that you could install any extension - broken or not). I don't recall what the other one was, because the options are removed for anyone not on the current API.
This message currently appears on the website with GNOME 42 in Fedora 36 and 37.
"Your native host connector do not support following APIs: v6. Probably you should upgrade native host connector or install plugins for missing APIs. Referdocumentation <https://wiki.gnome.org/Projects/GnomeShellIntegrationForChrome/Installation>for instructions."
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