The announcement for the new application menu (which is very nice) stated:
In order to make the use of disposable qubes more conveniently, now programs can be started in a running disposable qube from the menu. It works just like any other qube. There’s only one limitation: If the qube was started for a program (which is usually the case), it will shut down when that first program is closed.
This sounds like a great feature because I use dispvms a ton and have long wished for this.
But when I select a running dispvm instance in the new app menu, it does not show any available applications at all. For example I have one called “dvm-web” where I do most of my web browsing. The dvm-web menu contains firefox, files, terminal. But when I select a dispXXX menu for an instance based on dvm-web, it shows nothing in the app section (network indicator still there, Settings, Shut down Qube, pause Qube). (I could understand if Firefox was hidden, as this is open, but the other two will not show. And the same for dvms with additional apps in the menu.)
Maybe I misunderstand this feature, or it is work-in-progress / forthcoming? Thanks for any guidance.