What is the name of the app that integrates AppImage into the system?

Fedora32 comes with an application by default to integrate the AppImage format package into the system, what is the name of this application (or service)?

I would like to disable the service and create it myself manually.
thanks🫂!

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I read this wiki page before I asked the question. I want to know:
Fedora 32 already includes a service that integrates with Appimage, I would like to know the name of this service or application.

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There’s no specific service as far as I know.
Could it be you are mixing AppImage with Flatpak?

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I found the service once, but forgot to record it.
There are a couple of AppImage packages on my computer, I’ve manually customized the .desktop file and it’s still being taken over by this service.
Thanks for your help.

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Perhaps something like this:

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you mean appimage launcher? https://github.com/TheAssassin/AppImageLauncher

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Yes, there may be a program similar to appimaged or AppImageLauncher in Fedora32.
I haven’t installed either appimaged or AppImageLauncher. even created the .desktop file by manually, the Zenity dialog box pops up as shown above.
Clicking “Y”, a .desktop file is automatically created in ‘~/.local/share/applications’ .(not all AppImages will pop up this dialog.)

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That is performed by the AppImage file itself.
Whether this feature is present or not depends on the packager.
If a particular AppImage relies on zenity, you need to install it manually.

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Gosh, I see! Looks like I really am a big dumbass.
I checked the list of services several times yesterday and I just didn’t find anything.
Thank you for your patience and time @vgaetera,
and thank you so much @imieeet.
:100: :clap::clap::clap:

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