(Ubuntu 20.04, Cryptomator 1.5.4 AppImage)
When an update is released, it is my understanding I have to remove the previous AppImage manually, before installing the new version, otherwise I will have two copies of Cryptomator installed. Is this correct, or should the new version check for and remove the previous version on install?
Secondly, when adding the new version, I can add Cryptomator to the Favourites bar, however it will create duplicate icons on opening. I can mitigate this by using
xprop WM_CLASS in the terminal, clicking on the Crytpomator window (which returns ‘java’), and then adding
StartupWMClass=java to the .desktop file.
I would like to know if having the WM_CLASS as “java” is correct? Other applications seem to have the application name e.g. Firefox.desktop would be