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Old 03-06-2005, 02:26 AM   #1
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Removing the system tray icon for SuperKaramba

Running SuperKaramba 0.35, and it sits on the desktop quite nicely, but I don't want the system tray icon sitting in my system tray while it's running.

Any way to remove it?

Also, is there any peice of software like superkaramba that fits in your taskbar (i'd like to have, say, my drive space and network usage displayed in the task bar at all times, and preferably customizable like SuperKaramba)? I know there is the Wireless Network Information applet, and the KwikDisk system tray, but i want immediate display of disk info, etc. in my task bar.

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Old 03-20-2005, 02:11 AM   #2
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The system tray icon has no way of removing it. However, KDE 3.4 has a way of making certain icons hidden by right clicking the system tray.

I don't know of any applets to show the hard drive usage in kicker. Maybe look through


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