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Old 10-25-2005, 03:31 AM   #1
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Notification area in Gnome

I've got a little problem with notification area in Gnome (2.12). My IM program is loading at startup, but it's icon doesn't appear in notify area in panel, but "standalone" in top left corner of the screen. Each time I have to close it and run again (then everything is ok - icon is in the notify area). I have noticed, that I have this problem with kadu and psi (both written in QT), but there's no problem at all with gajim (gtk+). Another thought is that during startup it appears that kadu (or psi) is loaded before notify area is loaded. Any ideas how to solve it?


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