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?


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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