An Easy Way To Troubleshoot The Wine Basket Icon

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    It seems some of our readers have come across the familiar error message with the wine icon on the taskbar. This problem can occur for many reasons. Let’s discuss this now.

  • Seventeen Missing Icons For Running Wine Unity/Gnome Applications

    Ubuntu.04
    Wine 2.0.1

    I recently upgraded to IE8 and noticed that the list of running programs for Wine applications has been replaced with hidden icons and all pretty much normal icons.
    This is the non-initial link that the icon gives.

    In 3 gnome it’s just a generic icon.

    it briefly displays the correct icon on startup and then toggles some common icons.

    wine taskbar icon

    I have .Ils desktop files, they point perfectly to .local/…/apps/…

    Moreover, the launch scheme is called Wine Windows Program Loader, and the application itself is fake. When I launch Wine software applications, they show up with a missing icon.
    I have checked the .computer files, they point correctly to docs .local/…/apps/…

    Also, the running program is probably called Wine Windows Loader, program and not the application itself. When I launch 2 wine apps, they overflow into the wrong icon. Runat

  • Re: New Unity/Gnome Missing From Wine App Icons

    This is easy to fix.

    For each of these wine applications you need:

    wine taskbar icon

    Open the entire application, then in the terminal do the current action:

    When the cursor changes to a real crosshair cursor, click on the House Wine application window and xprop should give your family a wm_class gift window. If there are multiple views, you must individually maintain the one most likely to uniquely refer to the .exe filename, e.g. dh.exe. Then open the application’s .desktop folder and add a property: new text StartupWMClass like this:

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  • Code:

    startupwmclass=eg.should be an exe

    This solves all our icon problems, and if your iPhone app creates more than one window, even groups them under that particular icon, as Unity and Gnome Shell do for many other apps.

    Hope this helps.

  • Re: Icons For Running Wine Applications Are Missing In Unity/Gnome

    Thanks for the help! It definitely got me on the right path.

    However, this does not always work properly.

    First did what you said and put the entire StartupWMClass in a .desktop file. This seems to help someone. Then I provided the script that did it and ran it differently.
    https://gist.github.com/iuridiniz/85403545d0fd7e4a0000
    And then restarted. suddenly He started working on wine applications for some. I may not know if a reboot helped, first a fresh one or a try and then a second, then whatever.

    Now everything works in Oneness (sorry I use it), some of gnome works in gnome

    Professional non-professional and icons return your double WM_CLASS(STRING) = “*.”wine” exe when you run your xprop It says above no matter what I set in desktop desktop file, even gibberish.

    .< p >When I compare .desktop with working non-working and .desktop, I don’t see any difference.

    Code:

    [office entrance]Name = mIRCStartupWMClass=mirc.exeExec=env WINEPREFIX="~/.wine" white wine C:windowscommandstart.exe /Unix ~/.wine/dosdevices/c:/users/Public/Start  Menu/Programs/mIRC/mIRC.lnktype = applicationLaunch Notification=truePath=~/.wine/dosdevices/c:/Program Files (x86)/mIRCIcon=7A88_mirc.0

    Works, although not everyone likes this one:

    Code:

    [entrance office]StartupWMClass=readme from.txtLaunch Notification=trueExec=env WINEPREFIX="~/.wine" wine C:windowscommandstart.exe /Unix ~/.wine/dosdevices/c:/users/Public/Start Menu/Programs/mIRC/Readme.txt.lnkPath=~/.wine/dosdevices/c:/Program Files (x86)/mIRCName=Readme.txttype = applicationIcon=C6D9_readme.0

    Also, if I remove StartupWMClass from the one it’s running on, it still works.

    Now I’m confused!

  • Huge App Icons I Running Wine Are Missing Unity/Gnome

    Ubuntu 17.04
    Wine 2.0.1

    I recently upgraded to ubuntu. I noticed that the icons for the list of running programs for Wine applications are now gone and replaced with a generic icon.
    This is not the actual start reference, which is always the “already” character. Gnome

    in 3 it’s basically just a character.

    In .Unity, the .IT department .displays the .correct .icon .for a short period of time when .while starting, then it usually changes the icon.

    I have to check the .desktop files, they correctly also point to files in .local/…/apps/…

    Also, the running Wine program is called Windows Program Loader, not actual usage. When I launch cave applications, they shrink to our own missing icon.
    I checked someone’s .desktop files, they are correct and forensic files in .local/…/apps/…

    Also, the program is called Program wine Windows Loader, not the application itself. When I launch wine apps they all merge into one lost icon.

    Re: Launching App Icons Who Wants Unity/Gnome Wine

    This is easy to fix.

    For each of these wine tools, you need to do the following:

    Open the application and do the following in the airport terminal:

    When the cursor changes into a meaningful crosshair cursor, click on the drinks application window and xprop should prompt you with the window’s Wm_class panel. is just one important value, one has to worry about which volume is more likely to return the name .exe, such as dh .exe. .Then open the .desk .application file and add a new property StartupWMClass named:

    Code:

    StartupWMClass=ie so.exe

    This should fix the icon issue, and if your current app creates more than one view window, they’ll even be grouped under the same icon, just like other Unity and Gnome Shell apps do.

    Hope this helps.

    StartupWMClass=ie.exe

    Re: Launching Wine Icons Application Is Missing In Unity/Gnome

    Thanks for the help! It definitely put me and my colleagues on the right path.

    However, this does not work properly.

    First of all, the this element did what you said, and StartupWMClass specified it in the .desktop file. It did not help. Then I found a script that worked the same way and ran it.

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