Say I have 3 terminal windows open: 1) With
vim running, 2) with
top running, and 3) with nothing running.
Now, if I
Alt+Tab through my windows, they are all 3 instances of
gnome-terminal, thus they are grouped together. Is there a way to start the
vim terminal that will make it stand out for itself, as a separate type of application with its own name in the
Alt+Tab menu? Ideally also with a custom icon, but that's not a deal breaker for me.
Given the example, it's natural to suggest to use
gvim, but that's just because
vim is used in the example. This could also be for the
top terminal or anything else.