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Make sure you have both Notification Area and Indicator Plugin on your panel.


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Test this: Edit /etc/xdg/autostart/nm-applet.desktop: sudo su nano /etc/xdg/autostart/nm-applet.desktop Go down to the Exec line. Change the entry: nm-applet to dbus-launch nm-applet Save the file -- Control + O Close nano -- Control + X Reboot. Login and you will see that the n-m icon is now back.


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This isn't happening! Instead I'm getting a generic icon. What I've done: Placed the icon zathura.png in /usr/share/app-install/icons (which already contains the icon okular.png, which shows properly when I run okular). That's the right thing to do. Added the line Icon=zathura to the file /usr/share/applications/zathura.desktop (again in ...


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The .desktop file fills two functions: It informs the desktop environment how the file is to be handled by the desktop environment with regard to menu placement, display, environmental variables, and similar. In this function, it resides globally in /usr/share/applications/ and for specific users in $HOME/.local/applications. And it is the direct ...


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Well after looking around a bit and trying different things, i tried this and it fixed the problem. sudo add-apt-repository ppa:jconti/gnome3 sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install indicator-applet-complete sudo reboot


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As of at least 14.04 the gconf schema of apps > nautilus > preferences no longer exists. The new, recommended, method is to use dconf to change the font size to 0. The key is located under org.gnome.nautilus.desktop and called font. You can edit it with dconf editor (in the dconf-tools or dconf-editor packages). Or by using gsettings from the CLI: ...


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It actually resolved itself when I restarted the laptop the next day. There had been an update that did not require a restart, may be that was the cause.


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Install unity-tweak-tool and select a different icon theme. Choosing the "Default" theme should resolve the issue. There are some themes that don't have any configured icons. $ sudo apt-get install unity-tweak-tool Actually upon further investigation I'm noticing that the "Default" icon configuration may be missing some icons in some of the default ...


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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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try going to this url http://www.webupd8.org/2013/05/how-to-get-systray-whitelist-back-in.html hope its helpful


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The problem in your command is that there is no launcher_bfb.png file in your ~home directory. Also I wouldn't follow a guide to tweak a newer release of ubuntu to tweak an old one.


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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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Gnome icons Rhythmbox has been for many years developed under the Gnome umbrella. It inherits many of the requirements of other Gnome applications for the required packages. This also includes the icons. Since you've installed KDE/Kubuntu, this by default does not include the Gnome icon-sets - different code-base, different organisation. Thus, to ensure ...


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You can avoid the bug if you first click Hide Spotify (in the system tray icon) before exiting Spotify completely.


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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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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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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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I have spent some rather lengthy time in trying to get this right, and I finally have. Creating the mimetype First, you need to create a mimetype file and save it to your local ~/.local/share/mime/packages/ directory. The file can have a structure like this one: <?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?> <mime-info ...


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I didn't found a way to hide the icons but solved the problem differently. Give back the write permission to the shortcuts. Desktop folder is still owned by another account and has no write permission. Change desktop settings to your needs Copy $HOME/.config/xfce4/xfconf/xfce-perchannel-xml/xfce4-desktop.xml to /etc/xdg/xfce4/xfconf/xfce-perchannel-xml/ ...


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I'd suggest checking if the appindicator is installed: dpkg-query -l "libappindicator*" output should look like: Desired=Unknown/Install/Remove/Purge/Hold | Status=Not/Inst/Conf-files/Unpacked/halF-conf/Half-inst/trig-aWait/Trig-pend |/ Err?=(none)/Reinst-required (Status,Err: uppercase=bad) ||/ Name Version ...


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Without really knowing, the first thing I come to think of is that some packages were removed. Hence I would start with reinstalling ubuntu-desktop, to make sure that all packages which should be installed are there. sudo apt-get install --reinstall ubuntu-desktop Edit: As regards the Skype icon, you may want to try: sudo apt-get install sni-qt:i386


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Right click on your desktop and at first click on keep Aligned and then again right click on desktop and click on Organize desktop by name on Ubuntu 14.04LTS. This solve my problem.


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Instructions to Enable sorting the Dropbox Indicator Follow Ted Gould's instructions then if you would like to sort the Dropbox indicator, here are a few more steps: **Note: If you edited the file in /usr/share/... then you will have to put the script in /etc/rc.local (look for **Note below) Because Dropbox appends the PID to the indicator name, and this ...


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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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maybe it will help. but it is written in Russian http://webguruz.ru/ubuntu/%D0%B7%D0%B0%D0%BC%D0%B5%D0%BD%D0%B0-%D0%B8%D0%BA%D0%BE%D0%BD%D0%BA%D0%B8-skype-%D0%B2-ubuntu/



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