The upper tabs of the menu do not contain items


When you open the View, Developer, Window, Help tabs in the top menu, they are empty. If you often switch between them, the program may crash

To Reproduce…

  1. Install from snap and here we are




  • OS and Version: 5.15.2-2-MANJARO (KDE)
    • Installation Method: snap
  • Mailspring Version: 1.9.2

Additional Context

I using optimus-manager in hybrid mode with nvidia 1650. Laptop lenovo ideapad gaming 3 15
I also had to install gnome-keyring, because without it the application complained that it could not save the password safely.

Unfortunately, I’ve seen all sorts of odd problems with the snap package on various systems (myself and here on the forum). Snap is supposed to avoid this but it doesn’t seem to be true, for Mailspring at least.

I believe there are AUR packages out there for Arch-based distros so it might be worth trying that (although people have reported issues with those here, too 🤷‍♂).

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That helped. I originally installed from AUR, but because of the error with the keys I decided to use snap.
The solution is to install Mailspring from the AUR package and install the gnome-keyring package

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