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whiskydotjar 22 Kas 2012 @ 3:46am
Issue Report: Main window title is "Unnamed Window"
Shouldn't it be "Steam for Linux"?
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SUSEd 22 Kas 2012 @ 3:54am 
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.
En son SUSEd tarafından düzenlendi; 22 Kas 2012 @ 3:56am
Nevon 22 Kas 2012 @ 4:59am 
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 Kas 2012 @ 5:16am 
This should be fixed with the next update, mentioned here http://steamcommunity.com/app/221410/discussions/1/882965118613110112/#c882966056664860137
En son johndrinkwater [🐧︀ 🎮] tarafından düzenlendi; 22 Kas 2012 @ 9:07am
Spacefish 22 Kas 2012 @ 8:40am 
Can confirm this, but i think its trivial to fix and does not impact the functionality of the application.
Netsu 7 Ara 2012 @ 1:12am 
I'm also experiencing the issue, all Steam windows are named 'Untitled', I'm running Arch Linux with Compiz+Tint2.
whiskydotjar 7 Ara 2012 @ 1:14am 
Update the client! It fixed!
Netsu 7 Ara 2012 @ 1:19am 
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 Ara 2012 @ 1:26am 
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 Ara 2012 @ 1:47am 
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.
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mruuh 7 Ara 2012 @ 2:16am 
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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