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Add a flag at compile-time to turn off AppIndicator support #522

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librehat opened this Issue Aug 6, 2017 · 0 comments

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librehat commented Aug 6, 2017

Unity is dead.
The upstream Qt project has fixed many reported system tray issues.
Hence, we should provide a flag in build system to turn off application indicator support, and just use Qt's built-in system tray functionality. This can remove one dependency for latest distributions.

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Removes application indicator. #522
Qt has fixed System Tray for awhile. For users who use old Linux
distributions, they should consider upgrading, or using AppImage

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librehat added a commit that referenced this issue Oct 7, 2017

Removes application indicator. #522
Qt has fixed System Tray for awhile. For users who use old Linux
distributions, they should consider upgrading, or using AppImage
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