Eu há muito tempo Desinstalei a extensão do GNOME
l0 , mas eu ainda recebo erros lançando aplicativos gtk:
l2 nem existe, e é por isso que há um problema. Mas como eu limpo o aviso? A extensão deixou para trás alguns artefatos?
I long ago uninstalled the GNOME Extension
no-title-bar, but I still get errors launching Gtk apps:
(yad:548): Gtk-WARNING **: 14:05:20.038: Theme parsing error: gtk.css:1:112: Failed to import: Error opening file /firstname.lastname@example.org/stylesheet.css: No such file or directory (yad:548): Gtk-WARNING **: 14:05:20.038: Theme parsing error: gtk.css:2:118: Failed to import: Error opening file /email@example.com/stylesheet-tiled.css: No such file or directory
.local/share/gnome-shell/extensions/no-title-bar does not even exist, which is why there is a problem. But how do I clean up the warning? The extension has left behind some artifacts?
Likely the file
@import url(filename) statements, referring to non-existent files in
Remove the erroneous import statements from the file
no-title-bar is still registered as installed:
$ gsettings get org.gnome.shell enabled-extensions | grep --color no-title-bar && echo installed
You can remove its entry from the array
apt install dconf-editor) by browsing to
There also might remain its entry in
org.gnome.shell.extensions, remove all its sub-keys and the entry
org.gnome.shell.extensions.no-title-bar will be removed as well.
Github Forum post
You can check enabled extensions with:
gsettings get org.gnome.shell enabled-extensions
If no-title-bar extension is listed, remove it from the array with gsettings or dconf-editor.
...there was still an entry there for that extension. I removed that entry and all other entries I could find... this did not solve the warning. It still shows.
The warning was due to a import statement from
~/.config/gtk-3.0/gtk.cssRemoving these statements and the warning will not show up anymore.