"I give 5 for the version from the Signal original website repository. It works flawlesly on Linux Mint 19.x. The one from "Software Manager" seems to be a Flatpack type distribution package, wich I am uninstalling it."
"It works on Linux Mint 19 Cinnamon, with multiple displays. I can set a background image independently for each display."
"On Linux Mint 19 cinnamon, I installed it through package manager (apt), the same version (2.4.1+dfsg-1) as the one found at "Software Manager", obviously. Everytime I rebooted or logged out and logged back in, it asked for my owncloud password, showing the message "Reading from keychain failed with error: 'Could not open wallet: other; Failed to execute program org.kde.kwalletd: No such file or directory'" Of course, I am on a linux mint 19 fresh install, on cinnamon, without anything KDE related. Point is that This owncloud client need to communicate with gnome-keyring, which I had it installed. There was one missing package, called libgnome-keyring0 ( GNOME keyring services library) which after installing it, solved my problem (and owncloud's password was automatically saved on "Passwords and Keys", the gnome-keyring's GUI. Double check if the package libgnome-keyring-common is also insatlled."
"I installed version 0.2.10, that I downloaded from Debian wheezy, on debian.org. I just love it. I use it a lot on Mint LMDE 2. Unfortunately, it seems that it's not being developed anymore."