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To put in the right position: sudo apt-add-repository ppa:gurqn/systray-trusty sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get upgrade Log out and log in. And it's working.


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In these "indirect" cases, you have to tell the desktop file what application it is connected to: Add a line to your .desktop file, like: StartupWMClass=[your_application] (the binary file in this case) also pointed out here.


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Hold Alt while right-mouse clicking on the said icon. A menu should then appear giving you the options to either move it or remove from panel. If it's not worked use both of Logo+Alt. the key Logo is win logo key on your keyboard.


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Yes. You have "Improve systemtray on HiDPI displays" AND you have not set proper DPI. You should set True DPI value for you monitor in "Appearance-Fonts" setting in the System Control. If this does not work, set proper DPI in Xorg settings.


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Probably not, as it results in this error: Error setting attribute: Setting attribute standard::symbolic-icon not supported You can list the writeable attributes of a folder/file (e.g. $HOME, the users's home directory) by running: gvfs-info -w $HOME for this I get: Settable attributes: standard::symlink-target (bytestring) time::access (uint64, ...


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First, install gnome-tweak-tool. Open a terminal and type: sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install gnome-tweak-tool Open up gnome-tweak-tool, click on "Desktop" Un-select each of the "Icons on Desktop" like this:



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