You may or may not know that Wine has a "desktop mode" where it renders a virtual desktop in a window and renders all its windows within that desktop. You can access it through:
wine explorer /desktop=arbname,1920x1200 "C:\...\...\application.exe"
It's really helpful for "fullscreen" gaming on multi-monitor setups. Anyway, I've been using desktop mode for my main Wine prefix for years and some applications have (with no interaction from me) installed icons on the virtual desktop:
There's something I am used to launching from a terminal after starting my Wine desktop but it occurs to me that I might be able to create a launcher for it within the Wine desktop - it's just that I have no idea where to start. Where are these launchers stored? How do I create a new one?
Pre-post-edit: I've found where they live:
~/.wine/drive_c/users/Public/Desktop/ but all the
.lnk files are binary horribleness. Great idea Microsoft, thanks for that. Any ideas how I can create a new one?
Note: I am not asking how to create a shortcut to a Wine app on my Ubuntu desktop.