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    Default Running applcation icons

    Have used opensuse for years (KDE), but have just decided to try Gnome. Am having a few teething problems...
    Overcoming most (well, some), but can't workout where Clementine has got to. Used to use Amarok, but recently moved across to Clementine as the preferred music player.
    Where does it go in Gnome? I can start it up and play something, but then, unless I actually go and run it again, it disappears. Nothing in the notification panel and nothing in the running applcation panel....
    Help!
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    Default Re: Running applcation icons

    Quote Originally Posted by hornetster View Post
    Have used opensuse for years (KDE), but have just decided to try Gnome. Am having a few teething problems...
    Overcoming most (well, some), but can't workout where Clementine has got to. Used to use Amarok, but recently moved across to Clementine as the preferred music player.
    Where does it go in Gnome? I can start it up and play something, but then, unless I actually go and run it again, it disappears. Nothing in the notification panel and nothing in the running applcation panel....
    Help!
    Hi
    You need to head off to GNOME Shell Extensions add the gnome shell integration into Firefox and install the extension TopIcons Plus to add the notification tray....
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    Default Re: Running applcation icons

    Quote Originally Posted by malcolmlewis View Post
    Hi
    You need to head off to GNOME Shell Extensions add the gnome shell integration into Firefox and install the extension TopIcons Plus to add the notification tray....
    What's Firefox to do with it? (Dumb question?) I use chrome....
    Confused...

    OK, think I'm working through it...
    Thanks!
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    Default Re: Running applcation icons

    Quote Originally Posted by hornetster View Post
    What's Firefox to do with it? (Dumb question?) I use chrome....
    Confused...

    OK, think I'm working through it...
    Thanks!
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    Because it's the default and therefore easier to use....

    You need this then: https://chrome.google.com/webstore/d...nlahblep?hl=en

    YMMV as I don't use chrome
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    Default Re: Running applcation icons

    Yep, thanks, have installed in Chrome and sorted...
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