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This tests the gnome-shell integration of applications written using non-gtk toolkits and the ones running with Wine.


  1. Install example applications written using Qt, WxWidgets and Java Swing toolkits plus install Wine. From the terminal run:

sudo dnf install speedcrunch filezilla colossus wine

Please feel free to try any other programs you know are using the aforementioned toolkits instead.

How to test

  1. Go to Activities, open the application picker, and check whether all the installed applications are present in the list. Also see if pre-installed Wine applications are present (That is e.g. Notepad, Wine File, WineMine etc.).
  2. Run all of the above applications and some Wine applications as well. Invoke Activities and see if all the application windows are present in the overview.
  3. Create extra few desktops and try moving some of the windows around them.

Expected Results

  1. All of the installed applications + Windows applications included with Wine should be present in the application picker.
  2. You should be able to see miniatures of all the opened windows and be able to move them around different desktops correctly.
  3. Visuals of speedcrunch and filezilla (generally all Qt and WxWidgets applications) should be adjusted to the current GNOME theme and should look and feel native.