I have a customized launcher for
gnome-terminal. I prefer
gnome-terminal to start in a certain folder, such as
~/Desktop. To accomplish this, I use a customized launcher that I also locked to the Launcher bar.
How would I invoke multiple instances of this application from the Launcher bar?
For example, I used
gnome-desktop-item-edit to create a Launcher that invokes:
gnome-terminal --working-directory=/home/jack/Desktop (absolute path required for some reason)
and I invoke this and when it is running I also lock this to the Launcher bar. Unfortunately, this Launcher bar icon creates only one terminal. A second attempt to launch the same thing will just activate the original terminal. There is also no context menu (from the right click) to offer
New Terminal. This is unlike the default terminal which does offer a right-click way to create a new, or in this case, second terminal.
I have the same problem with
google-chrome --incognito. I would like the same launcher, locked to the Launcher bar to invoke a new
google-chrome --incognito or to offer
New Incognito Window in the context menu available from the right click. This is unlike the default Chrome launcher which does offer a right-click way to create a new, or in this case, second Chrome browser.