So I'm a new archlinux user coming from ubuntu (unity version).
In Ubuntu, gnome application where looking like this where file, edit, view etc... where available.

In the Gnome photo application it was possible via this menu to do Edit -> flip horizontal. But now in gnome shell this menu is not available so I can't find Edit.
So where is it now ?

I have the same issue with the calendar app, I want to change the default first day of the week but I can't find where it is.

Currently I have only this available for the gnome photo application:

Currently I have only this available

  • Please ask a separate question for the calendar app. – don_crissti Apr 13 '17 at 22:41

That's not the gnome photos menu it's the image viewer (aka eog) menu. You're right, the Edit entry is no longer present in that menu. You'll have to go into full screen mode via F11 and move your mouse pointer to the top of the screen to access the new menu:

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  • thanks for your help. But if the Edit entry is no longer here, where is it ? In your capture, you show the rotate button, I'm searching for the flip horizontal one. – BoumTAC Apr 13 '17 at 22:43
  • @BoumTAC - there is no Edit and the flips are gone - no idea why (I suspect because an image viewer is not an editor...) You can only rotate. – don_crissti Apr 13 '17 at 22:46

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