kgpg hidden in tray by default
adrelanos at riseup.net
Fri Jun 28 21:34:13 BST 2013
> On Thursday 27 of June 2013 23:34:15 adrelanos wrote:
>> eople being confused by this, because you start it and then
>> nothing happens.
> What you may do through kgpg's interface since the first
> initiation through which you created you keys? Is there a need
> to see the interface every time it runs? (oh, there is the editor...)
When you manually starts kgpg from start menu, you want to view keys or
open the editor, thats what kgpg is for. But when you manually start it
and nothing happens, besides a tray icon, which isn't visible by
default, its confusing for those who don't know, that you're now
supposed to use the hidden tray icon.
> As a first solution you can configure system tray to make kgpg's
> tray icon to be always visible.
I am arguing, that always visible should be the default setting for kgpg.
> In addition you can configure
> application specific settings through KWin (put it on top etc.)
Not necessary in this case.
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