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Thread: System tray under Gnome

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    Default System tray under Gnome

    Hallo an alle. Ich habe gerade 1 Stunde damit verbracht, ein System tray unter Gnome hinzuzufügen- eine Leiste, in der Icons von Programmen zu finden sind, die im Hintergrund laufen, auch nachdem man auf das X gedrückt hat. Die Lösung ist: eine "Notification Area" hinzufügen. Also Rightclick auf das Panel -> Add to Panel -> Notification Area. (Wer hätte gedacht dass die Leiste so heißt )

    Als Bonus schreibe ich noch hinzu, dass es die Application Alltray gibt AllTray die alle beliebigen Programme in den System Tray schickt.

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    Default Re: System tray under Gnome

    Bite! This is an English site, please also post accordingly!

    Welcome & Hi back!

    I'm not familiar with AllTray as a GNOME panel applet. But it this thread might help: Execute From Terminal And Have Window Close? - openSUSE Forums (see post #9)

    Cheers,
    Wj
    Have a lot of fun!

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    Default Re: System tray under Gnome

    That's the title post in English:

    Hello Everyone!

    I just spent an hour trying to add a System- Tray to a panel in Gnome. For the ones who try doing this, it's called a "Notification Area" in Gnome. So, right click on the panel->Add to panel->notification area.

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    Default Re: System tray under Gnome

    > it's called a "Notification Area"

    someone should find the people (developers?) who think it is cool (and
    progress) to change the names of stuff...and teach'em to spend more time
    working and less time changing the nomenclature...

    just my too sense.. ;-)

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    DenverD (Linux Counter 282315)
    A Texan in Denmark

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