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Offline Turbasu

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How to show active window on pinned icon
« on: 13. May 2016, 11:54:17 »
I use the icons-only task manager. Whenever I try to launch an application from a pinned icon, KDE automatically launches a new window icon (of the respective application) at the end of the list of pinned icons : which isn't really what I was looking for. Is there a way to display my open windows without KDE launching a new icon, i.e. display the status of my open window on top of my pinned app icon when I hover my pointer over it.

I'm sorry if this question seems confusing, I'm sorta new to KDE and English isn't my forte.
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