After upgrading to the latest snapshot I can't see to get any Gnome extension to work. I was previously using
Now when I visit the installed extensions web page  all extensions are disabled. If I try to enable then, nothing happens in the UI. In the page they show as enabled until I refresh the page. I've tried with the extensions I mentioned above and the 'system' extension SLE Classic - no luck.
I've tried the following:
1. uninstalling/reinstalling from the gnome.org extensions website
I get an 'Install extension' prompt, something seems to be happening, and looking at the system journal it downloads and unpacks it but then nothing. The last line is usually
2. restarting gnome-shell using alt-F2 and r
3. checking for errors using looking glass
alt-F2, lg, then 'Show Errors' for the extensions, and for all extensions it shows 'has not emitted any errors'.
4. Physically removing $HOME/local/share/gnome-shell/extensions/*
At this point I have no idea what to try next. Is anyone else seeing this or has some idea how to debug/fix?
On Fri, 2021-04-16 at 11:17 +0200, Robert Munteanu wrote:
After upgrading to the latest snapshot I can't see to get any Gnome extension to work.
Adding the answer in case anyone hits the same problem - extensions were for some reason globally disabled. I needed to launch the Extensions app and globally enable them, as described at .