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I am using Jungledisk Desktop to backup my files, but on Ubuntu 11.04 the main application window is not showing after the 1st run.

When I delete all .jungledisk* files in my home directory the main application window is showing, but when I start the application the next time, no window is showing. Only notification toasts are displayed on the top right.

I already added junglediskdesktop to my systray whitelist, but that doesn't help.

What can I do now?

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I had to restart my Ubuntu to enable the systray settings. I allowed all applications, and now I have truecrypt and junglediskdesktop in the tray. Finally. :-)

I used dconf-editor to set this. Here is a screenshot:

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I finally got it working by adding jungledisk to the systray whitelist. Adding junglediskdesktop doesn't work. – Ken Weiner Jun 10 '11 at 6:49

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