Firstly, I should say I am enjoying the new Unity interface. It's not without it's peccadilloes, however. My main concern, for the purposes of my question, is that there are a couple of applications that I have installed which do not appear in the Application list accessed on the Unity Launcher. Is there a way to force Unity to acknowledge these skipped over programs?
One of the programs I am having trouble with is Ryzom, a online role playing game. It's a game that doesn't require a traditional install like most programs. You simply extract to a folder in your Home directory and run the client program. Perhaps Unity doesn't recognize programs that aren't "installed". Can I add Ryzom to the Applications list so I can start it without resorting to Terminal? I've tried using the Main Menu function in System, but apparently that has no bearing on what applications show up in Unity. That would explain why all the program I had hidden in Main Menu are showing up in Unity.
Thanks for any insight you can give.