When i log out and then log in again, the applications shown in Unity launcher are the default applications, neither can i add an application nor can i hide a default application. How to make Unity remember my apps?
I've found the answer:
Click to install:
You may have a bug. I simply right click on the items in the launcher to pin or unpin them.
For those who're looking for a solution to make Unity remember settings after a GNOME3 update and reverting back to Unity, I have a solution which uses the above Q&A as a start.
If you've installed
then don't give up, you're only one step away from solving the problem!
This solution is quite fun; you will have to re-add the gnome3 team repo and install a package from there:
[I don't really know why this works, but it seems installing GNOME3 stuff messes up the GSettings backends so much that it can't be repaired by only installing dconf-tools and libdconf0.]
You can check whether the settings are writeable by running
If everything is fine then it returns true and after a logout/login Unity will remember the settings.
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