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Old 03-09-2004, 11:53 AM   #1
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sim 0.9.2 for redhat suddenly disappear

i've install sim rpm for redhat9 and loginto my icq account successfully and everything is ok and works well. but after a while the main windows will suddenly disappear but and there is no sim in my kde task bar available.

but in console i check process status using ps -A and sim is still running in background. the main window just disappear.
what is wrong here?
Old 03-11-2004, 12:44 AM   #2
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i've found a solution myself.
this problem mentioned above is not the flaws of sim coz it is a feature of sim. after some time sim will minimie itself to system tray and i haev removed system tray from kicker. that is why i dont see sim. now that i have enabled system tray i can see sim and it is working normally.


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