QA:Testcase gnome-shell extensions remove

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  1. Boot into a GNOME 3 session with GNOME Shell
  2. Make sure you have Package-x-generic-16.pnggnome-tweak-tool installed using Package-x-generic-16.pnggnome-packagekit or via running: yum install gnome-tweak-tool
  3. Have several extensions installed as in previous case.

How to test

  1. With gpk-application (Applications->System tools->Add/Remove Software) or by executing "yum remove gnome-shell-extension-*" remove all extensions you've installed using package manager.
  2. Press Alt-F2 and type 'r' to restart gnome-shell.
  3. Run gnome-tweak-tool (Accessories->Advanced Settings) and look into Shell Extensions tab to see the installed extensions
  4. Using your favourite browser navigate into
  5. Follow the Installed extensions menu link to see the list of extensions you currently have installed on your system.
  6. Using the circled cross button, item-by-item remove all extensions. Afterwards see Shell Extensions tab of gnome-tweak-tool again.

Expected Results

  1. All extensions should be out after the package removal. In gnome-tweak-tool you should see only extensions installed from
  2. After point five, you should see the same extensions as in gnome-tweak-tool before. All should be removable - have the remove button associated with them.
  3. At the end, no extensions should be listed neither in tweak tool nor