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I have been reorganizing my launcher. Now Rhythmbox will no longer attach to it when it is minimized.

So when I want to skip past ads on my favorite podcast, I have to go up there to the menubar, find that tiny little triangle (the Rhythmbox window will not appear unless I click directly on the little triangle), and then the Rhythmbox GUI window appears from the middle of the desktop, move the slider to skip past the ads, and then minimize it so that I can get back to what I am working on with a clean desktop.

This is inconvenient.

How can I re-familiarize Rhythmbox with the launcher?

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