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This is likely due to the fact that elementary is running the Pantheon desktop not Gnome Shell. While Pantheon is built upon GTK3, it is not a Gnome Shell desktop. Therefore many things that work in Gnome Shell will not work in Pantheon.


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I'll try to help with this one: First, obviously, enable the extension in Code's Preferences. Now, right-clicking inside a document will let you choose from one of the pre-existing languages: If, like me, you might need a language that is not in the list, you can easely add it if you have the available dictonary files. The extension 'looks' for available ...


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Nautilus and Files do not share any code. Any extensions written for Nautilus are not compatible with Files. There is a package called "webcontracts" that provides Pastebin through a system service called Contractor among other things. You can download a .deb from the link or install through the unstable daily PPA.


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Libreoffice Impress (from version 4.1 and above) supports to open and edit .ppsx files. You can install it from Canonical repository executing from terminal: sudo apt-get install libreoffice-impress


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