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I have installed Komodo Edit 7.0.2 and had to create a custom .desktop file in order to launch it from the Gnome Shell dash - see

Everything was working fine: one click on the launcher and its icon became "active", meaning that the application was now running, with the ability to switch between windows etc.

Since I accepted the auto-update to Komodo Edit 7.1 on July 17, my launcher still launches the app, but it sometimes doesn't become "active", and instead a new low-resolution icon of Komodo appears in the dash - the low-res icon in the dash lacks ability to add as a favorite or launch a new application window.

Do you have any idea how to fix that? Where I should I have a look into?

Thanks in advance for you answers.

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The wmclass thing seems to do the trick (I commented that specific line in my .desktop file). Any way I can give you credit for that? – Jérémy F. Jul 27 '12 at 18:39
I appreciate your thought. Maybe if the moderators migrate the question, I could answer it there, and you can vote/mark it. But anyways, for now, you can leave it as it is. – syockit Jul 28 '12 at 6:08

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