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I installed "CryptKeeper" an hour ago, and I just cant get it's icon to be shown in the panel.

I've tried running this code in the Terminal:

gsettings set com.canonical.Unity.Panel systray-whitelist "['all']"

but the output was "No such schema 'com.canonical.Unity.Panel' ".

After searching a little, I discovered that the Unity notification area (systray) whitelist is no longer available in Ubuntu 13.04.
I also tried using "dconf-tools" ,but it didn't help.
I've been searching quite a lot, and the only option ,that I encountered, to get the icon to be shown in the panel is to get the Unity systray whitelist back in Ubuntu 13.04. I am not sure that's a good idea since it's obsolete.

Any ideas would be appreciated.

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