There are certain gsettings keys that can have multiple values (e.g. a key like verbosity could be assigned to one
debug). I want to be able to list them, but my
dconf-editor (0.7.3) can't view them. Is there an existing alternative?
You could also do that in CLI with
gsettings range SCHEMA [:PATH] KEY
range Queries the range of valid values for KEY.
In your case:
$ gsettings range org.freedesktop.Tracker.Store verbosity enum 'errors' 'minimal' 'detailed' 'debug'
The newer version of
dconf-editor now lists the options.
In this example, if you click on
debug, you'll see a list of other available values. This screenshot is of version 0.10 of the tool.
A screenshoot from v0.19.3, shows options:
Complement to the main answer on Dconf-Editor:
In version 3.18.2 - the drop down list of options contains less than what is listed in the more detailed description in the lower part of the window.
Menu, lower, shade and none options are not available in the drop-down list and cannot be selected with Dconf Editor - but they are listed in the lower part of the window inside the more detailed description.
To select those options, one could use the terminal - with something like
gsettings set org.gnome.desktop.wm.preferences action-right-click-titlebar 'minimize'
The newer version 3.28.0 fixes this - along with a new design.
you can get it through
/usr/share/glib-2.0/schemas/org.gnome.nautilus.gschema.xml or you have to use