Finding the right StartupWMClass for .desktop files (outdated, ITOS2005 only)


If an application doesn't show up in the Nokia 770's task navigator, the reason is usually it's missing or wrong StartupWMClass setting in the .desktop file, usually found somewhere in


Luckily, finding the proper setting is usually rather easy:

Application Icon for ScummVM (outdated, ITOS2005 only)


Note: the information on this page is obsolete, the latest and greatest version (0.8.0 final, as of Jan 21st 2006) of the ScummVM port fixes the described problem (among others).

Playing old Lucasfilm Games (or Lucasarts) classics like Monkey Island or Zak McKracken on the Nokia 770 was my favorite over the holidays, thanks to the great ScummVM port by Tomas Junnonen.

A port of Unison for the Nokia 770



Unison is a great tool to synchronize files between different computer systems, supporting various UNIX platforms including Linux and also Microsoft Windows.

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