On Mon, 2021-08-02 at 12:35 -0500, Ian Pilcher wrote:
On 8/2/21 6:10 AM, John Horne wrote:
> This used to work fine, but some recent change must have occurred. The
> problem does not occur, for example, with konsole or chrome, they show
> multiple icons/text if invoked multiple times - it just seems to be Firefox
> that only appears once. I can, of course, get around the problem by using
> Alt-Tab to show open windows.
I just recently noticed this as well. There appears to be a new(?)
Task Manager Behavior setting in the "Clicking grouped task" drop-down.
I changed it (or changed it back) to "Shows textual list" to restore the
Thanks for that, but sorry, no, that made no difference.
I ran up a KDE Fedora 34 spin under kvm. No patches applied, I configured the
task manager how I like it and it worked fine. Firefox showed multiple times if
I clicked on it multiple times.
I then applied the F34 patches (via dnf) and rebooted. Again, the task manager
and Firefox worked as expected.
I have also checked this list archives as I feel that the problem was reported
before. Couldn't find anything relevant though. I also checked the current KDE
bugs, but couldn't find anything, although my searching may not have been good.
I'll have another look later on.
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