QSystemTray is a class in the Qt framework, representing a notification area icon.

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Customize system tray icons in KDE

Is there anyway to use customized icons for notification center? Some programs like Skype has very different icons. Maybe using another notification center manager can be solution, but I didn't find ...
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TeamSpeak 3 Tray Icon

I have TeamSpeak 3 installed but it doesn't show a tray icon, and I'd like it to. I cannot find anything regarding this other than an outdated post on howtogeek. I'm running Ubuntu 15.10. If you need ...
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how to get the lan messenger back

i installed LAN messenger in my Ubuntu 12.04 PC. it is working well. accidentally i checked the box don't show system tray icon in the settings. so now i cant bring back its interface. but its ...
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How to minimize PyBitmessage to the system tray?

I recently installed PyBitMessage, and now I can't get it to minimize to the system tray. If I click the red X, it just exits (unlike Transmission, which can be configured to "survive" being closed - ...
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Make sniqt recognize all tray abilities (or create a working indicator in Qt)

There is this old thread of mine: How do I create a working indicator with Qt/C++? where I was suggested to use the QSystemTray library for making a tray icon in Ubuntu for my application. Sniqt is a ...