How to apply GNOME settings to current session?
This procedure makes windows in the background raise (that is, appear in the foreground) when clicked:
- Log in to Fedora 24
- Open a terminal
gsettings set org.gnome.desktop.wm.preferences raise-on-click true
If I put the same command in an
exec it does not apply to the current session, and it is not saved for the next session. That is, even after logging out and in again it does not apply. Is there some
environment or other setting I can use to ensure that this setting really is saved when running Puppet?
I've tried (and would prefer it over using
exec if it can be made to work) puppet-gnome, but I can't get any settings to work with it. Presumably either the override method used there is either obsolete or incorrect in some other way.
I can't find documentation specifically for overriding settings in GNOME 3.20, and I don't know which folder GNOME actually monitors for overrides (or how to apply them). Any of these pieces of information would also be useful in getting somewhere.