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There is a fix for FS icons on this link How to fix huge FS Icons in Ubuntu 15.04 menubars? I have tried with FS icons and it works for me, fixing the issue you report and also the huge icons in menus and titles. It did not fix other icon sets though :-(


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I have tried with FS icons, but not in other icon sets. Would there be an universal fix for the huge icon problem? thanks.


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An extension, which also works in GNOME 3.16 (currently 3.4 - 3.16) is TaskBar. Open the URL in your Firefox Browser, Chrome doesn't work. The extension has an extraordinary number of setting options.


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You can use the AppIndicator support extension for gnome. Open a browser and go to the Gnome Extensions page. Click the “Off” button to “On” to install the extension in Gnome Shell. Once activated, you should see the appindicator icons in your system tray. Configuring the Appindicator support If you have not installed Gnome Tweak Tool, install it ...


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Your problem is that you haven't defined NetBeans' StartupWMClass. To fix this issue, run this command (copy-paste it all at once): echo "StartupWMClass=NetBeans IDE 8.0.2" \ | sudo tee -a /usr/share/applications/netbeans-8.0.2.desktop This will add the WMClass for Netbeans to the desktop file, allowing Netbeans to be pinned. Finally, log out and log ...


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I had the same problem with Matlab R2013a. I opened .desktop file and found that the content was right except for the fact that there was a blank line between StartupNotify=true and StartupWMClass=com-mathworks-util-PostVMInit. I removed the blank line, restarted matlab, and it worked. Now only one icon appears as expected. Not sure, how it worked!


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I just went through the entire ubuntu-phone mailing list if anyone ever brought up making icons smaller and: nope … Sorry to be the harbinger of bad news!


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I finally after 5 time removing and installing nemo...... found the solution .... as the link says.... I do the steps and use those commands.... and now it works correctly.. :) http://www.webupd8.org/2013/10/install-nemo-with-unity-patches-and.html


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If an application produces a second icon, not being a generic one If an application generates a second icon in the Unity launcher other than a a grey, generic icon, there must be already an (other) existing launcher, calling p4v in its main command: An application's .desktop file by definition has a "main" command in the first line, starting with Exec=. ...


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The icon for the store, and the icon in the package are seperate. You need to change the icon out withn your click package, there should be a icon within the package, and a refrence to it in the .desktop file as shown: (Picture of a webapp package within the Ubuntu SDK) So replace the .png file and if the name changes be sure to change the name where it ...


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I had a similar problem I just resolved where firefox was creating these "evil twin" entries. The process involved in matching running applications to icons is called bamfdaemon. Firstly find your session's version of this daemon: $ ps x | grep bamf 1147 pts/11 S+ 0:00 grep --color=auto bamf 2597 ? Sl 0:22 ...


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There arises no reason to do this. That's exactly why it is not possible. If you are going to pass arguments other than the arguments allowed, then you will be invoking it from a command line, in which case there is not reason to have an icon. In that case, you wont be using a .desktop file, but a script directly. Add... Accepts... %f a single filename. ...


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Running the following command solved my problem: sudo apt-get install libappindicator1


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for me xprop|grep WM_CLASS gave WM_CLASS(STRING) = "sun-awt-X11-XFramePeer", "jetbrains-pycharm-ce" (I was having this issue with pycharm for python) It was the sun-awt-X11-XFramePeer that I needed as the string in my .desktop file (without quotes) - Thanks!


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Try to copy the icon theme to: usr/share/icons where folder (and subfolders) have these permissions:


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Does your guest session work? If so, your problem is a conflict with the old desktop configuration files. A fresh start should fix things. Try backing up all the files starting with a dot (e.g. .Xauthority) and deleting them (directories too), from a virtual terminal (Ctrl-alt-F1). Then try the graphical login (Alt F7) (or reboot). New "dot" files will ...



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