I just uninstalled the pre-installed LibreOffice from Ubuntu 16.04 and installed the 5.0.5-version. Now there occured a problem with the launcher icon that (I think) wasn't there before:
The icon shown for Calc has a very bad quality and always says that it is an untitled document, even when the opened document is clearly titled
This problem does not occur for the other LibreOffice programs, as you can see at the Writer-icon above the Calc-icon.
When I search for LibreOffice in the Dash, two different possibilities show up for Calc
"untitled 1 - LibreOffice Calc" and "LibreOffice 5.0 Calc"
The latter is the right one. But even when I click on it, it opens the first icon/application, although at first it shows the right (high-quality) icon in the launcher for a second. Both open the 5.0.5-version, but with the wrong icon and the wrong title.
The same problem occurs with
I have read a bit about icons in Unity at some websites (also this one), which lead me to the folder
/usr/share/app-install/desktop, where I also found the "ugly" images, which are related to .
xdesktop -files. Interestingly, in this folder, only the
.xdesktop -file of
Main have an icon at all, not the others.
Has it got something to do with the files in the folder
/usr/share/app-install/desktop/? What about the files in the folder
/usr/share/icons? Is it related to the icon-theme, which I changed?
Does anyone know how I can get the right icon and the right
Calc -application to be used? Is there possibly a remainder of the previous
LibreOffice version on the system?