Description of problem:
When applications display notifications, notify-sharp will usually display them under the name "notify-sharp" instead of the applications' name (the exception being when icons show up on application startup, before any notifications are actually fired off). This is particularly noticeable in the GNOME Shell interface.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
This is consistently reproducible when using Banshee in GNOME Shell, with the notification area icon turned on.
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Start Banshee in GNOME Shell.
2. Make sure the "Notification Area Icon" extension is enabled.
3. Perform any action that causes Banshee to display a tray notification (e.g. moving between songs while Banshee is not in focus).
4. Dismiss the notification and view the notification area. Mouse over the Banshee icon to view its label.
The Banshee icon is labelled "notify-sharp".
The Banshee icon should be labelled "Banshee".
This bug has been reported and fixed within the Banshee project, but the patch from the bug report needs to be applied to Fedora's notify-sharp:
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