[Xfce-bugs] [Bug 3238] New: Autostarted applications fails to show Beagle Search Daemon

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           Summary: Autostarted applications fails to show Beagle Search
           Product: Xfce
           Version: 4.4.1
          Platform: PC (x86)
        OS/Version: Linux
            Status: NEW
          Severity: normal
          Priority: Medium
         Component: general
        AssignedTo: xfce-bugs at xfce.org
        ReportedBy: mark at markbokil.org

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Gecko/20070221 SeaMonkey/1.1.1
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Selecting Autostarted Applications does not show the Beagle Search Daemon
running. From Gnome I started Beagle Search Daemon using the Session tool. I
logged out of Gnome and back into XFCE. I ran Autostarted Applications and
Beagle was missing from the list of applications. I confirmed Beagle was
running as a daemon. I opened .config/autostart/Beagle Search Daemon desktop
config file. I edited the Beagle desktop config file and added the attribute
"Type=application". Upon reopening Autostarted Applications Beagle now appeared
in the list. Perhaps consider using Type=application as a default when the
attribute is missing in the config file to show Gnome services which do not add
this attribute.

Reproducible: Always

Steps to Reproduce:
1. Startup Beagle Daemon
2. Run Autostarted Applications
3. Beagle is missing in the list

Actual Results:  
Beagle Search Daemon did not show in the Autostarted apps list. Manually
editing the desktop config file was necessary to make Beagle appear in the

Expected Results:  
Opening Autostarted Applications after adding the Type=application attribute
allowed Beagle to appear in the list.

Beagle Search Daemon would be visible in the Autostarted apps list if it is
running on startup.

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