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Execute permission should have made no difference. They cannot be run outside of something that already knows what to do with them.
In one of my new OS installation, steam started giving me this error. I 've just found a solution that worked for me.
Just copy the "steam.desktop" in "/usr/share/applications" to your user folder "/home/your_user/.local/share/applications" and all is ok again.