Created attachment 1210107 [details]
Description of problem:
As part of the test day, I clicked on gnome software to create a new window. This creates a new entry in the dash for gnome software without an icon. Not sure if the issue is a gnome-shell one or a gnome-software one
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Click gnome-software icon in dash
New entry created in dash without proper icon
Already existing icon should signify new window?
Created attachment 1210126 [details]
The app window switcher is not showing the G-S icon either
Can you check if this also happens with X11, or is it Wayland-only? Thanks!
Doesnt happen here on X11 so should be wayland specific. Adding to wayland tracking bug.
I can't reproduce in a VM, but can reproduce on my desktop machine. Interesting. There has to be some slight difference that affects this.
I have this bug too. Second icon is generic one and if you look at AppMenu there reads gnome-software not Software and there is no software sources item in AppMenu. If you kill Gnome Sofware manually it's works again.
The generic icon gets repainted when moving gnome-software to another workspace. It disappears and reappears as if the program was closed and started again.
I also can reproduce this bug. But this only happens after I reopen gnome-software for the second time. gnome-software works properly every first time I open it.
If I manually kill it and open again, it works properly until I reopen it.
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