about nemo: rummaging in dconf-editor/nemo I’ve discovered that enabling “start-with-menu-bar” switch I can - finally - see menu bar and preferences/extensions (maybe someone is interested in).
But (here a couple of questions): why isn’t it enabled by default in Budgie 20.04 (and, I suppose, in 19.10)? And more: I’ve tried to install nemo-terminal (as I did with nautilus in 18.04, since I’m pretty comfortable with it) but there’s no way to install it (let’s say) “natively” and also via github/linuxmint/nemo-extensions is possible (it fails with a signature error). So I’ve added mint (tina) repos, reinstalled nemo and installed nemo-terminal (it exists in tina repos) but when I relaunch nemo (nemo -q) and go in menu (see above) - extensions, I don’t see it.
Can someone explain me how to install nemo-terminal in 20.04/19.10? I know that is early for saying something about 20.04 but I’m starting customizing because I’d want to be prepared (once scout, always scout! ) for next April 2020!
Pressing the ALT key reveals the menu. In the vast majority of cases the menu is just taking space - you never use it. Plus, the menu clashes with the GNOME consistency of most apps shipped where there are no menus visible/CSD based apps.
As to nemo-terminal - sorry can’t help - never used it - I am a tilix user!
and, guess the question… is there a safe way to upgrade Nemo in 19.10 ?
And meanwhile, playing in dconf-editor with org.nemo.preferences context-menus-show-all-actions true and false and true
ends in « make link » made available in context-menu - but still no « context menu » section in preferences.
Weird but enough for my usage.
( other question, why is there an /org/cinnamon/ in dconf on a freshly installed Budgie ? )