Blank system tray icon
sohail at sohailsomani.com
Sat Sep 20 23:46:06 BST 2003
On Sat, 2003-09-20 at 18:04, Michael Adam wrote:
> Am Donnerstag, 18. September 2003 21:04 schrieb Emon:
> > YES....Mr. Shohail
> > i could not agree more with u...:-). We should give
> > thouse guys at RedHat a knock & probably also a bang
> > on the head... performance of their recent distros
> > aren't very good, but u know what.... i think the
> > system tray icon is KDE's problem.... cos i installed
> > kde 3.1.3a and yet the problem hasen't gone away......
> > but if i change 2 GNOME the authentication manger
> > works just like a charm with it's "keys icon" in the
> > system tray!! So i guess... we should mail KDE...oh
> > waht m i saying....we R on their mailing list!!...i
> > just hope they takes notice...:-)
> > thanks
> this "authenification manager" is part of Redhat's "modidifications" to
> the standard desktops, not of KDE itself. People who do not use rh, really
> dont know whatyou re talking about.
> AFAIK only rh-based packages include it, but not real KDE sources
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Yes of course you are right but if you read the original message, it started out talking
about my blank system tray icon which *turned* out to be a result of the RH-auth applet.
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