I'm aware that there's a post on here from a few years ago, but it seems that no solution was offered.
Can someone please tell me how to customise the "Show Applications" menu? I love the layout of Zorin in general, but this menu is my least favourite aspect of it by far. I don't find it nice to use and I'm not even sure how things are ordered in there. It appears to offer zero customisation, out of the box.
To be clear, it's the menu that shows you all of your installed applications when you press the nine dots on the taskbar (or at least that's what I do on my setup):
Create a new folder named extensions if it doesn't exist, then place the downloaded and extracted extension within that directory. (There is also a Root extensions folder in which the default gnome extensions that came installed with Zorin OS are currently placed. /usr/share/gnome-shell/extensions).
Once done, open gnome tweak tool
sudo apt install gnome-tweaks
and navigate to the extensions tab to enable it.
Yes, that is Zorin Settings. I do not see extensions, either...
I use Zorin OS Lite which is XFCE, not Gnome. I do not use Gnome...
Please try gnome-tweaks, instead. I am more familiar with it (at least my memory of it is better...)