I am very new to Zorin and I got it installed on my laptop, but have noticed zero context menus. I thought I installed the Ultimate version, but have started to wonder if it is the core version and if so, I am in hopes that I can upgrade to the Ultimate version if it includes context menus as well.
Could you post a screenshot of what you are seeing?
There are very little differences between Ultimate and Core as far as UI and such. Ultimate comes with many apps pre-installed as well as a macOS appearance option - but, Ultimate does not "unlock" features or come with "the rest of the operating system at a price."
Choosing Ultimate is a way to Support development- it is a want not a need.
Thank you for your response.
A context menu is just an additional menu when you right click on something.
I was trying to copy and paste (or save) an image in Firefox, and couldn't perform the action I had been used to doing in other OS's, and thus the reason for my query.
Which should be present and working. I have never come across this issue before... Which Zorin OS version did you install?
Zorin 15.3? Or Zorin 16 Beta?
Lite, Core, Education (Lite or Core) or... Ultimate?
For release info- In terminal, please enter:
Can you press alt+F2 to pull up the launcher and enter into it r then hit enter.
That is it. Just the letter r. This restarts the gnome-shell.
Try right clicking for Menu - if no-go...
Open a terminal and enter in: nautilus -q
Then while still in terminal, launch nautilus from terminal with nautilus and watch for any errors.
with that running, right click around and see if you get any popup menus.
Was thinking this too. It could well be the Touchpad: