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I had the same issue as Daniel, and investigated what user224290 suggested, but mine was already checked. Unchecking it fixed the issue and rechecking it did not destroy the fix. Opening the settings and changing anything might be enough to force chrome to refresh its settings and display the tray icon once again.
RUn the command: gnome-panel --replace man gnome-panel DESCRIPTION The gnome-panel program provides the panels of the the GNOME desktop. The panels are the areas on the desktop that contain, among other items, the applications menu, application launchers, the notification area and the window list. Small ...
Yes, but you should install gnome-session-flashback. gnome-session-fallback is just a transitional package to ease upgrade to gnome-session-flashback.
A complete re-login can perhaps be avoided by restarting GNOME Shell. Press AltF2, and run the r command. (Another useful command could be lg, for the Looking Glass, where you can inspect the state of GNOME Shell and its extensions.)
I found the following two solutions: For sound, running this at the command line restored my sound icon: gsettings set com.canonical.indicator.sound visible true For Dropbox and for my IME input indicator, it seems that removing everything from the Gnome panel, and then adding "indicator app complete" and "notification area", and then restarting helped. ...
You need to edit dropbox.desktop file and change Exec line to: Exec=env XDG_CURRENT_DESKTOP=Unity dropbox start -i For me one dropbox.desktop is in ~/.config/autostart/dropbox.desktop, but it probably depends on how you installed dropbox. I would suggest to search for all dropbox.desktop files and change Exec line in all files. If you don't want to edit ...
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