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whiskydotjar 22 nov 2012 om 3:46vm
Issue Report: Main window title is "Unnamed Window"
Shouldn't it be "Steam for Linux"?
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SUSEd 22 nov 2012 om 3:54vm 
Same on Ubuntu and openSUSE. It causes that gnome-shell shows ugly lo-res steam icon instead cool iPad-like hi-res Faenza icon.
Not only main window, all steam windows unnamed.
Laatst bewerkt door SUSEd; 22 nov 2012 om 3:56vm
Nevon 22 nov 2012 om 4:59vm 
I can confirm that this happens in gnome-shell 3.6.1 in Ubuntu 12.10. It only started happening after the last update.
johndrinkwater [🐧︀ 🎮] 22 nov 2012 om 5:16vm 
This should be fixed with the next update, mentioned here http://steamcommunity.com/app/221410/discussions/1/882965118613110112/#c882966056664860137
Laatst bewerkt door johndrinkwater [🐧︀ 🎮]; 22 nov 2012 om 9:07vm
Spacefish 22 nov 2012 om 8:40vm 
Can confirm this, but i think its trivial to fix and does not impact the functionality of the application.
Netsu 7 dec 2012 om 1:12vm 
I'm also experiencing the issue, all Steam windows are named 'Untitled', I'm running Arch Linux with Compiz+Tint2.
whiskydotjar 7 dec 2012 om 1:14vm 
Update the client! It fixed!
Netsu 7 dec 2012 om 1:19vm 
It didn't fix it for me unfortunately. Steam info says I'm using version v012 built Dec 5 2012 at 13:13:48.
I did install it from the Arch User Repository and not through Ubuntu though, is it possible that the initial installation source can cause this or should I be able to always keep my client up-to-date by using the built in update feature?
mruuh 7 dec 2012 om 1:26vm 
Seems to work fine here. xprop reports:
WM_NAME(UTF8_STRING) = "Steam"
WM_CLASS(STRING) = "Steam", "Steam"

I have the same Steam build as you.
Netsu 7 dec 2012 om 1:47vm 
Oh, haven't thought about checking with xprop, it gives the same results as yours.
Although looking at other applications I use they seem to have titles set up like this:

WM_NAME(STRING) = "Title"
_NET_WM_NAME(UTF8_STRING) = "Title"

While steam only provides WM_NAME and uses UTF8 in this field. I don't know if there are any standards that dictate how this should be set up but it seems the problem stems from Steam doing it differently than everything else.
Laatst bewerkt door Netsu; 7 dec 2012 om 1:47vm
mruuh 7 dec 2012 om 2:16vm 
You know, you're right. Spec says that _NET_WM_NAME should be set by client: http://standards.freedesktop.org/wm-spec/latest/ar01s05.html#id2760156
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