This bug was fixed in the package gnome-shell - 3.34.1-1ubuntu1

gnome-shell (3.34.1-1ubuntu1) eoan; urgency=medium

  * Merge with Debian. Remaining changes:
    + Replace gnome-backgrounds dep with ubuntu-wallpapers and Suggests
      gnome-themes-standard-data, gnome-backgrounds
    + Add some Recommends:
      - ubuntu-session (| gnome-session) to have the ubuntu session available
      - xserver-xorg-legacy
      - yaru-theme-gnome-shell for the default ubuntu theming
    + Update debian/gbp.conf with Ubuntu settings
    + gnome-shell-common.install: Install Ubuntu mode
    + gnome-shell-common.prerm: Remove deprecated ubuntu theme alternative
    + ubuntu/desktop_detect.patch:
      - add caching for desktop detection to avoid querying the current
        desktop env variable as iterate through the list each time. For the
        time of the Shell process, we can expect this env variable to stay
    + ubuntu/smarter_alt_tab.patch:
      - quick alt-tab (without showing up the switcher) switch only between
        the last window of the last 2 applications to be focused instead of
        raising all windows of those apps.
    + ubuntu/lightdm-user-switching.patch:
      - Allow user switching when using LightDM.
    + ubuntu/lock_on_suspend.patch
      - Respect Ubuntu's lock-on-suspend setting.
    + ubuntu/gdm.patch
      - as gdm is system-wide and not session-wide, ensure gdm has an ubuntu
        styling by default, not impacting the gnome user session though.
    + ubuntu/background_login.patch
      - Change default background color as we modified the default GDM color
        for our ubuntu session. Change it as well here, still applying the
        background noise loading.
    + ubuntu/gdm_alternatives.patch
      - Add support for GDM3 theme alternatives
    + optional-hot-corner.patch
      - enable patch proposed by upstream developer already in package (but
        not in series) to add a settings for optional hot corner activation.
    + volume-Add-back-sound-feedback-on-scroll.patch
      - Fix regression causing missing feedback on volume slider scroll
    + main-show-an-error-message-on-gnome-shell-crash.patch,
      - Improve debug JS tracing for crash reports
    + st-scroll-view-Handle-the-case-where-scrollbars-are-NULL.patch,
      - Fix crash on theme changes
    + ubuntu/search-call-XUbuntuCancel-method-on-providers-when-no-dat.patch:
      - stop searches when requested from UI
    + magnifier-Show-cursor-when-magnifier-is-enabled-and-scale.patch:
      - Show monitor scaled cursor when magnifier is enabled
  * Refresh patches through gbp-pq

gnome-shell (3.34.1-1) unstable; urgency=medium

  * New upstream release
    + Allow editing app folder names
    + Do not notify systemd before initialization is complete
    + Don't leak NOTIFY_SOCKET environment variable to applications
    + Fix accidentally skipped animations
    + Fix box-shadow glitch with prerendered resources
    + Fix desktop right click menu appearing in the wrong place if a Terminal
      window is open (LP: #1842910)
    + Fix extra icons appearing in "Frequent" view animation
    + Fix fading out desktop icons (Closes: #940612)
    + Fix "Frequent" view icons disappearing on hover (LP: #1846083)
    + Fix lock-up on X11 when ibus is already running on startup (LP:
    + Fix screen dimming on idle (LP: #1846941)
    + Fix screenshots and window animations when scaled
    + Fix various regressions with dynamic workspaces
    + Improve performance when enabling/disabling all extensions
    + Make menu animations more consistent
    + Skip property transitions while hidden
    + Support SAE secrets in network agent (LP: #1844422)
  * control: Require mutter 3.34.1

 -- Iain Lane <>  Wed, 09 Oct 2019 12:18:14 +0100

** Changed in: gnome-shell (Ubuntu)
       Status: Triaged => Fix Released

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