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Start by clicking on it and choose Settings. Then check Always Hide and you're done.
Ubuntu 14.04 simple solution (only one command, no sudo, no script). Open Terminal application, then copy, paste and execute one of the following command. After that the sound indicator will be automatically cleaned out after VLC exits. don't leave any entry within the sound indicator: (mkdir -p ~/.local/share/applications);(cp ...
What version of Evolution are you using? For me in 14.04 LTS the Software Center shows 3.10.4-0ubuntu2. (Although there is a newer one available). I needed from optional add-ons: Standard plugins for evolution (evolution-plugins) GNOME panel indicator applet for Evolution (evolution-indicator) sudo apt-get install evolution-indicator sudo apt-get ...
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