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It's still working.

You may be right about the plasmoid -- a while ago, I think I discovered
another clue, but regretfully didn't report in and may be mistaken now: 

if I booted with the Media Player thingy in my tray (the "plasmoid"?) disabled
from "Configure System Tray...", Elisa would start and not respond to media
controls until the Media Player in the tray was re-enabled. Maybe this is why I
initially ran into the issue because, usually, I always had it disabled since I
never needed it.

Of course, I can't try to replicate; I have way too many tabs open and things.

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