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Authored by: DeminJanu on Dec 09, '07 09:11:04PM
May have been stated somewhere already, but just in case:

These guys mention a very nice temporary solution to the problem (until it's actually fixed).
http://t.ecksdee.org/post/19001860
Download here:
http://www.geocities.jp/chy065/
[from Optica-Optima on Blogspot]

It's essentially the oft-mentioned solution of putting a folder/icon that sorts to the top of the list with an Icon of what that stack should look like.

What's nice is that the icon pack is a Drawer with the Applications/Documents/Downloads etc. etc. icon on the front. Thus your stack looks like an application drawer, with Automator sitting inside it. Works quite nicely. Of course, you now have an extra item in your stack, named "application icon.app" or whatever... (can't wait for Apple to give us a real method to change the icon)

i personally had to Quit the Dock to make the icons show up correctly (got the crossed-out icon to start), which I did thru Activity Monitor/Click "Dock"/Quit (tho if you like to be aggressive, you can Terminal/"kill -9 Dock"

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