Pantheon Forking Repository

This project is a fork of Pantheon to avoid depending on GNOME with some patches, using the gsettings under org.opensuse.pantheon.wrap.gnome instead of org.gnome, etc.

The main aim of this project to get separate Gsettings schemas and apply some patches from elementary OS.

The project contains the following additional packages:
- pantheon-desktop (fork of gnome-desktop)
- pantheon-desktop-schemas (fork of gsettings-desktop-schemas)
- pantheon-mutter (fork of gnome-mutter)
- pantheon-session (fork of gnome-session)
- pantheon-settings-daemon (fork of gnome-settings-daemon)

These packages can coexist with the GNOME packages.

Progress:
- pantheon-desktop DONE
- pantheon-desktop-schemas DONE
- pantheon-mutter DONE
- pantheon-session DONE
- pantheon-settings-daemon DONE
- switch to new dependencies DONE
- switch to new Gsettings schemas DONE
- make testing DONE

INFO: Status: Stable
INFO: Version: 5.x.x (elementary OS 5.x.x Hera) openSUSE Leap <= 15.3
INFO: Version: 6.x.x (elementary OS 6.x.x Odin) openSUSE Tumbleweed

NOTE: This project is a priority
NOTE: You need to switch system packages to the version in this repository

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Cruiz's avatar

Cruiz_ wrote 12 months ago

Thanks for all the work that makes it possible to use the Pantheon Shell also with openSUSE.

Is there a possibility to donate?


Richard Wallwork's avatar

CatBabylon wrote 10 months ago

Hi thanks for this excellent work, I tried it recently and the only issue I noticed was that when changing screen resolutions, there is no confirmation dialogue. This means that the system reverts back to the previous screen res or dpi setting after the the timeout.

I found a workaround, which is to choose the res or scaling factor you want, then change to another option that you don't want. Wait 10 seconds and the display settings should then revert, but back to the settings you wanted.

I wasn't sure under what categories I would file a bug report on bugzilla, obviously, I am happy to do so if you can advise on the options?

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