Having multiple tabs open in Morph, strange thing is that the only website that does not allow scrolling is a 2FA verified Discourse based website. On an other tab there's a Discourse based website with regular (non-2FA verified) account which allows scrolling just fine.
Could the 2FA be related, does that even make any sense?
@ubuntoutou I have now managed to make the Microsoft Wireless Adapter work on another external display but the ubuntu desktop is compressed vertically. It does not occupy the whole screen so that the desktop is distorted. Furthermore, it is blur...
It is a battle that has been going on for a long time in order not to arrive at the very harmful situation that prevails in the USA (or, for that matter, a reverse movement to start opposing it exists).
Well, I'd say it works for most of the apps: Dekko2, Filemanager, OpenStore, UTTT, OSM Scout server, Contacts, Notes, Weather uMPD, calculator etc. etc... Even Morph has a dark frame... In others you can switch the layout - Sturm Reader, EpubViewer, Document Viewer, Writer...
Thanks arubisander. I think we have nailed it. On a nexus 7, the "Help" app works. It does not crash but it opens an error message:
Document Not Found
The URI 'help:ubuntu-help/index' does not point to a valid page.
However, the app shows a working menu with "Find... | Print... | Previous Page | Next Page | All Help". Clicking on "All Help" opens a page with the following items:
AisleRiot ManualGnome Help
A guide for GNOME 3 desktop users
GNOME System Administration Guide
A guide for GNOME 3 system administrators
I think this Help app was installed automatically as a dependency to AisleRiot Solitaire which may be a GNOME app. This "Help" probably doesn't have all the documentation that could come with it. Hence the error message.
I still don't know why it crashes on a nexus 5 though.
This was happening to me on a Nexus 5 with latest stable release.
The container installed fine but the package install process was just spinning with no activity in the log (the one provided by the system menu).
The interface would still successfully install and remove other packages, but the one was perpetually stuck.
Opening the file browser app and simply deleting the contents of the above listed folders (no terminal commands needed), and rebooting fixed the issue. It did delete the entire container though... so I'm glad there was no important data in it.
@ubuntoutou that warning message means or that you have installed in your device a non-xenial app (i.e. a vivid one) or that you have installed an app non-published-yet in the OpenStore (the latter is a pretty common scenario when beta-testing apps straight from the developers repos).
@ubuntoutou No, unconfined apps can read/write to most any location where the user has filesystem level permissions. However, such apps require manual review, and this is not an appropriate way to implement what you are trying to solve. It would also be an incredible annoyance for yourself, if you wanted to try to rebuild every app you install to be unconfined, every time they get updated.