So as more of you know, ubuntu has dropped the whole thing about tray and bringed something new called indicators.. As far as i know Qt Creator (IDE) is able to make only a tray and not an indicator (Just to mention there is a package in ubuntu called sni-qt which comes preinstalled, that can show tray icons but they lose a lot of their abilities like left clicking, scrolling at tray and others )..
I think the same question was asked here (Using AppIndicators with the Qt framework) and one of the answers was for this package (https://launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/appmenu-qt).. With this package will i be able to create indicators with Qt? (If yes how?)
If i am not able to create an indicator with Qt, should i use a more native IDE to create an external executable which only thing it does will be to show the indicator? If yes, will that one be with Quickly? If yes could u give one-two links to help me create an indicator?