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Eclipse is invisible in system tray
I just installed Eclipse, but I got a problem, after I minimize the Eclipse than it's not visible on system tray. I also check the ALT+Tab but there also isn't visible. I had to kill the process and ...
May 2 '12 at 11:49
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