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Gnome Shell JS - Listen for DBus signal on an interface for any path

I'm trying to write an extension that listens for a DBus signal, but I don't know the path ahead of time. Actually, there are multiple paths (unique for each application that implements the ...
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gnome-shell-extension: JS that works in looking glass doesn't in extension

I've got the following snippet of code that (in the looking glass) gives me a list of contacts I have (managed by gnome-contacts): // METHOD 1: const ContactDisplay = imports.ui.contactDisplay; let ...
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set window properties (above, on all workspaces) in js/gnome-shell-extension?

As part of teaching myself how to make gnome-shell-extensions, I'd like to be able to tell a window to be on all workspaces on on top of all other windows. I notice in the mutter API there is a ...
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How can one invoke lg (Looking Glass) from a command line?

I had asked another question which is related. I know that I can invoke lg (looking glass) via the gnome-shell "run application" window (by pressing Alt+F2). What I'd like to know is how to do this ...
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Is it possible to assign a keyboard shortcut to cause the Looking Glass to appear?

On Ubuntu 11.10, using GNOME Shell, I find myself using the "Looking Glass" JavaScript Console very much. I know how to assign desktop shortcuts in general; but, this seems a little unusual. Instead ...