#StackBounty: #20.04 #gnome #gnome-shell #gedit #animations Changes via “gsettings set” for GNOME animations have to be restored after …

Bounty: 100

I’m turning GNOME animations off via the following command in the terminal:

gsettings set "org.gnome.desktop.interface" "enable-animations" "false"

This works the very first time. After that, after every fresh boot, the effect is gone. I have to repeat changing the setting. And that’s not even enough:

Just repeating the same command is not sufficient. I first have to invert the setting, then put in the setting that I actually want again:

gsettings set "org.gnome.desktop.interface" "enable-animations" "true"
gsettings set "org.gnome.desktop.interface" "enable-animations" "false"

The above is what I need after every boot. Why is that?

How I see the results? In the “gedit” text editor, smooth scrolling depends on animations being enabled.


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