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Mathias Brodala

Tray icon toggle on Debian GNU/Linux with Xfce

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It would be neat if Enpass would not only reveal itself when clicking the tray icon once but also hide itself on another single click. That's the usual tray icon behavior of all kind of desktop apps on Linux.

Currently clicking the tray icon when Enpass is visible simply does nothing aside from focusing the window.

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Hello @Mathias Brodala,

Actually the actions for clicking on tray icon varies across desktop managers. Being widely used, Ubuntu is a choice of our platform and it uses Unity desktop manager. In Unity, the standard behavior on clicking tray icon is to show a menu. Please let us know your distro and desktop manager and we will try to improve the behavior accordingly.:)

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@Hemant Kumar, ah sorry I didn't mention this. I'm using Xfce and its panel "xfce4-panel" which provides a systray plugin out of the box. My distro of choice is Debian.

Here are a few of my applications which have the behavior I'm used to:

  • Pidgin
  • Exaile
  • Thunderbird (via FireTray add-on)

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Hello @Mathias Brodala,

Thank you for more details. We have noted it and will see how we can implement it in the best possible way.

 

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