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Elias 23 ноември 2012 в 9:38сут.
Issue Report: After Update: Steam opens in new window, doesn't use proper icon
After recently updating the client it now opens up in a new window,
meaning that if you run it for example by clicking the pinned launcher in the unity bar(its icon is themed) it will launch as a different application, which doesn't use the icon in your /usr/share/icons folder, and also doesn't have the jumplist, as the jumplist entries are stored in the usual launcher.

Using Ubuntu 12.10 + Unity
Последно редактиран от Elias; 24 ноември 2012 в 10:00сут.
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Skomli 23 ноември 2012 в 9:55сут. 
same here on 12.04
Chichi 23 ноември 2012 в 12:53след. 
I also have this problem on 12.04. The pinned launcher in the unity bar disappears and a new icon appears for the running steam application. Once I close steam there is no more icon in the unity bar.

**** update ****
An icon remains and I could move it in the bar but new icons keep on appearing further below when I run steam.
Последно редактиран от Chichi; 24 ноември 2012 в 3:20сут.
ktrl-z 23 ноември 2012 в 3:51след. 
I have the same problem on 12.10. Sometimes even I have seen 3 new icons (one for each window, perhaps?)
SUSEd 23 ноември 2012 в 11:30след. 
Same on openSUSE with gnome-shell. Its because Steam windows is untitled.
Findo 24 ноември 2012 в 1:05сут. 
Same here every new Steam window gets own icon.
ale2695 25 ноември 2012 в 3:31сут. 
Same here on Ubuntu 12.04.1 LTS, elementaryOS 0.2 Luna Beta 1 and Ubuntu 12.10
[TMMP] fenixkane 25 ноември 2012 в 11:46сут. 
I also have this issue. Ubuntu 12.10
aka 25 ноември 2012 в 12:01след. 
That seems to be because in the task manager, it shows up as MainThrd, not Steam.
Elias 28 ноември 2012 в 9:40сут. 
Seems to be fixed again
But @aka, the process is still called MainThrd, so this probably wasn't the problem.
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