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Everything works fine, with one exception. I can't seem to scroll down through Show Applications screen. Interestingly I can cursor down and hit return and that application will start though I can not see what app is highlighted.

Show Applications wont scroll

I have tried disabling all extensions via Tweaks (I know this screenshot shows usage of appfolder-management extension) as per the feedback in My Apps are not showing...question

Any ideas?

  • I have the same problem but with a clean installation, not an upgrade, so there are no previous gnome extensions to disable or anything which is not installed by default. – Atzmon May 9 at 22:08
  • Same here, exact same symptoms. You can also search for applications, the ones from the other pages will show just fine; you just cannot got to the other pages to browse the entire list. Impossible to scroll with the mouse wheel, but also no effect when clicking on the litttle dots to the right (even though they hilight when you hover over them). – Will59 May 15 at 6:05
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I've come across the same issue. If you use dual screen, the issue can be temporarily fixed by detaching and reattaching the secondary screen.

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  • Interesting. Just tested myself and get exactly same behaviour. – Phil Frost May 18 at 10:57
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If you do not have dual monitors, the issue seems to be resolution related. Increase your display resolution if you can, and if not we will need to wait for the patch.

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I found a fix for scrolling. It's disabling vertical expanding of dock but scrolling works. Execute this command:

gsettings set org.gnome.shell.extensions.dash-to-dock extend-height false
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