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I'm using fedora 20 with xfce. The launcher icon on docky is the xfce panel icon instead of the google chrome icon, I've made sure the correct icon is inside /usr/share/applications but it's still the panel icon.

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    How did you install Chrome?
    – Braiam
    Jan 19, 2014 at 18:22
  • Downloaded it from www.google.com/chrome/‎, and installed it...
    – steve51516
    Jan 19, 2014 at 18:28
  • Edit your question and write the exact procedures you followed verbatim, in a way that anyone can reproduce.
    – Braiam
    Jan 19, 2014 at 18:32

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I had a similar issue, I was getting the google keep icon instead of chrome. It seems to be a common issue with Docky, see http://wiki.go-docky.com/index.php?title=How_to_Customize_Window_Matching

I simply followed their instructions, but to simplify:

  1. run: xprop | grep WM_CLASS | awk '{print $4}'
  2. This will give you a '+' shaped pointer. Use it to click on your Chrome window. It will output the name, I got 'Google-chrome'
  3. Open /usr/share/applications/google-chrome.desktop for editing and add StartupWMClass=Google-chrome or whatever you got in step 2 without quotes
  4. stop Docky and run: rm ~/.cache/docky/docky.desktop.*.cache
  5. Restart and the icon should be correct.
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What I do is click and drag the correct icon from the /usr/share/applications directory right into the dock. This eliminates duplicate icon conflicts, but if there is only one Google Chrome icon in this directory, and its .desktop file is titled google-chrome.desktop (like it was for me on a recent Chrome install), then you will need to save the .desktop file as google-chrome-stable and then drag this new .desktop file's icon into the dock.

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Just run:

sudo sed -i '/Group\]\|Desktop Entry/a StartupWMClass=Google-chrome-stable' /usr/share/applications/google-chrome.desktop && rm ~/.cache/docky/docky.desktop.*.cache

then restart docky and enjoy (reference article).

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