Hi Brian, On Fr 02 Feb 2018 23:58:32 CET, brian mullan wrote:
I haven't used pyhoca-gui for a while but decided to try it again on both my Ubuntu 17.10 and Ubuntu 18.04 systems. Both of those are using Gnome. I thought I remembered under Unity that Pyhoca-GUI would put its Icon in the top systray. But in 17.10 and 18.04 Gnome I don't see it any longer. Is there a way to enable it in the systray for Gnome? Brian
No, unfortunately, wxPython only supports xembed type systrays where as GNOME and Unity have removed xembed system notifications tray support entirely.
I will need to port the menu rendering part of pyhoca-gui to Ayatana Indicators, then this will work again. Not sure, when I will get to this.
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