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    Default Re: Removing Icons from System Tray

    "wrestled" with similar problem; one icon linked to a non-existing application (removed earlier) on system tray; thanks to this thread, finally able to get rid of it.
    thanks

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    Default Re: Removing Icons from System Tray

    Quote Originally Posted by stubble View Post
    Sorry. Yes I mean the Task Bar.

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    Can we go back to the beginning and actually answer the question "How do I remove icons from the System Tray"?

    I'd like to remove the spurious icon for a non-running Network Manager, and can't seem to do that.

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    Default Re: Removing Icons from System Tray

    Quote Originally Posted by msohnius View Post
    I'd like to remove the spurious icon for a non-running Network Manager, and can't seem to do that.
    There's a system tray option for that. Uncheck the box for Network applet (I'm not sure what it is called), and the icon won't appear.

    With Plasma 5, the icon doesn't show up anyway. With KDE4, the system tray setting solves the problem.
    openSUSE Leap 15.1; KDE Plasma 5;
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    Quote Originally Posted by gogalthorp View Post
    Hover over or right click the icon you want to remove with the tool box open to get the option
    Finally! Thank you so much!

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