Hi Vojta,

With respect to Ctrl-Space and Tab behavior, I see what you mean. I'm
working on it.

As Mukli already wrote, "zim --plugin trayicon" can be used to start just
the tray icon. Setting a global shortcut key for your desktop can not be
done from within zim. So there is no accelerator to open the trayicon menu.

However there are solutions to set a global keybinding, depending on your
desktop environment. These typically trigger a command. Setting one for
"zim" or "zim --list" could come close to what you are looking for.

Hope this helps,

Jaap




On Tue, Apr 25, 2017 at 10:21 AM Mukli Krisztián <krisztianmu...@mukli.hu>
wrote:

> Hello Vojta!
>
> To start zim in the system tray (icon visible, but no window popping up)
> run zim --plugin trayicon
>
> Best regards
>
>
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>
>
> 25.04.2017 09:42 időpontban Vojtěch Polášek ezt írta:
>
> Hello,
> my name is Vojta Polášek and I am a blind IT student from Czech
> Republic. I selected Zim as my notetaking system. I am running latest
> revision from BZR on Arch Linux with Gnome. I use Orca screenreader.
> I have two questions, the first relates to accessibility of Zim.
> Before I switched to the version from BZR, I ran the latest stable
> version. I use ctrl+space to switch between side panel and writing area.
> In stable version I was able to use TAB key to switch between list of
> tabs (index, tags...) and actual tree control representing index to
> select desired page. In the version from BZR this is no longer possible.
> After pressing ctrl+space, I land on the tab control. AFter pressing TAB
> I land on the button for adding of bookmarks. After that I am not able
> to move anywhere with the TAB or shift+TAB key. Could you look at these
> controls if they can be tabbed over?
> Thank you.
> My second question is about the tray icon. Is it possible to start zim
> without showing the GUI, just starting it and showing the tray icon? I
> would like to start zim after I login to my desktop. And what's more
> important, when tray icon is shown, can I set some shortcut key to show
> Zim?
> Thank you very much and best regards,
> Vojta
>
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