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Gnome Shell: No tray icon #1999
I upgraded today from Ubuntu 14.04.4 to 16.04.1. After that Quod Libet's tray icon wasn't visible, but still interactable. Only the tray icon is affected, all other icons (application menu etc.) show just fine.
Some general info:
After some digging, I found that
Still didn't show the icon. So I probably have to add a "quodlibet-symbolic" icon to the theme, but I just changed
Btw: I love how fast indexing and searching are in Quod Libet and the tagging + renaming options of Ex Falso. Great job!
I can't reproduce with an updated 16.04 + gnome + lightdm. No idea how else we can detect if unity is running. Maybe check for "com.canonical.Unity.Launcher" as well?
And the unset
Oh, my mistake, sorry.
I changed my workaround now to have
added a commit
Jul 30, 2016
Regarding the icon: We don't want to use the indicator anyway under GNOME, so it doesn't matter if it is broken there. Also gnome has no official app indicator implementation, there is just this unmaintained extension: https://extensions.gnome.org/extension/615/appindicator-support/
Will be available in the next release or in the unstable PPA right now.