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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.
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.
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.
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.
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, ...
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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