concernant cette maj importante pour gnome
il y a eu en effet un passage à la version 3.32 de gnome
il faut TOUJOURS aller lire le sujet initial ( on mets à chaque fois de notre côté le lien lors de la maj )
le 1er topic qui suit , qui donne toutes les indications a suivre pour eviter ce souci
https://forum.manjaro.org/t/stable-upda ... rs/81570/2
cad les consignes suivantes
gnome 3.32: Two extensions removed from our repos.
We have dropped two packages that shipped additional extensions for Gnome: gnome-shell-extension-topicons-plus-huttli and gnome-shell-extension-taskbar. We won't maintain Topicons Plus and Taskbar anymore.
Those extensions are not in active development anymore and may not work properly (or not work at all) on Gnome 3.32. Notably, it has been reported 4 that using Topicons Plus on Gnome 3.32 may leads to very high CPU usage.
We strongly recommend you to disable those extensions if they are enabled (Tweaks > Extensions) and remove those packages with your favorite package manager. To prevent potential problems with the next version of Gnome, you may do those steps (or at least the first one) before upgrading your system.
Gnome 3.32: Various problems
There is currently several problems with Gnome 3.32. Here is what we know so far.
1. Possibility of broken extensions
Broken extensions is something to expect when transitioning between major versions of Gnome, especially if you are using extensions that are not shipped by default on Manjaro Gnome. If you have a broken extension taken from somewhere else than Manjaro official repositories, you will have to contact the maintainer on the source you have taken the extension from to get more support. You may also want to report the problem to the developer(s) of the extension (if not the same person/group).
It is possible that extensions become so broken on Gnome 3.32 that it makes Gnome Shell crash completely when trying to log in, thus making Gnome completely unusable. For example, we have a report of such issue 6 with a third-party extension (that doesn't come from Manjaro's official repositories) called Extensions 9.
To decrease the risk of breakage (especially if running Gnome extensions that does not come from Manjaro official repositories) and make the upgrade smoother, you can disable all Gnome extensions (Tweaks > Extensions) before upgrading your system, then enable them one by one only after being logged in a completely new session on Gnome 3.32.
2. Using world clocks can break Gnome Shell completely
If you have configured world clocks in Gnome, it may make Gnome Shell segfaults and crashes when trying to log in for a graphical session, making Gnome unusable. If it happens, you will need to reset your parameters for world clocks with the following command (do it in TTY): dbus-launch gsettings reset org.gnome.clocks world-clocks.
See this Arch Linux thread 4 and this ticket 4 from upstream.
3. Gnome Shell may crash completely when resuming from sleep if you use Wayland
If you are using Wayland (instead of X.org 1), Gnome Shell may crash when resuming from sleep. Upstream is aware of this issue. 9 As a workaround, you may use X.org 1 instead of Wayland for now.
Some programs don't get focused after being launched. Reported to upstream and confirmed for distributions other than Manjaro too. 18
My icon theme is not applied anymore for programs like Gnome Terminal, System Monitor, Gnome Screenshot, Gnome Disks, File Roller, etc.
With version 3.32 of these programs, upstream changed the icon used for many programs part of the Gnome Applications. Instead of using a generic icon shared by many programs, they chose to ship a new icon and use it. Therefore, launchers located in /usr/share/applications (.desktop files) for those programs has been modified to use the new icon instead of the generic one. Here's an example with Gnome Terminal.
Since your icon theme most likely doesn't have an icon named org.gnome.X, it falls back to the hicolor theme instead. This is why the icon changed after the system upgrade and "your theme is not applied anymore for those programs."
There is nothing you can really do for now, except living with it for a while. Icon theme designers will have to adapt their theme to the changes made by Gnome developers.