~/.local/share/applications/. I then edited that file to look like this
[Desktop Entry] Name=Terminal Comment=Use the command line TryExec=gnome-terminal Exec=gnome-terminal Icon=utilities-terminal Type=Application X-GNOME-DocPath=gnome-terminal/index.html X-GNOME-Bugzilla-Bugzilla=GNOME X-GNOME-Bugzilla-Product=gnome-terminal X-GNOME-Bugzilla-Component=BugBuddyBugs X-GNOME-Bugzilla-Version=3.0.1 Categories=GNOME;GTK;Utility;TerminalEmulator; StartupNotify=true OnlyShowIn=GNOME;Unity; X-Ayatana-Desktop-Shortcuts=New;NewDev X-Ubuntu-Gettext-Domain=gnome-terminal [New Shortcut Group] Name=New Terminal Exec=gnome-terminal TargetEnvironment=Unity [NewDev Shortcut Group] Name=New Development Terminal Exec=gnome-terminal --window-with-profile=Development TargetEnvironment=Unity
I then chowned the file to make me the owner instead of root. I closed all my terminals and removed the terminal icon from the launcher.
Now, if I open Terminal from the dash, I get a new launcher icon which has the new quicklist. But if I press Ctrl + Alt + T, it opens a different terminal icon, which doesn't have the quicklist.
What's worse is that if I keep the new icon in the launcher and then close all terminals, using the new quicklist opens a new terminal with the correct profile, but with a new icon without the quicklist.
I made a video here of some of the weird behavior.
I also tried editing the
/usr/share/applications/ file directly, but that didn't work at all. I got no new quicklist, and clicking on the launcher icon wouldn't load a terminal at all.
What am I doing wrong in creating quicklists?