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Unity, by choice, doesn't support what you are referring to as "decent tray icons". It's indicators or nothing. From there you have several options: Make do with the limited indicator capabilities. You can set the menu that will by used by your indicator with the standard QSystemTray.setContextMenu() method. Detach your app from the systray entirely. As ...
Okay I actually found the answer. What did it for me was: echo "gtk-enable-mnemonics = 0" > ~/.gtkrc-2.0 && cp ~/.gtkrc-2.0 ~/.gtkrc-3.0
Since grunt comes from npm, and since npm gets grunt from online, you won't be able to use grunt in a Launchpad build. You can either copy grunt and all of its dependencies into your package (which is likely to make your package cumbersome), or use something else that does the equivalent functionality, like the libcss-minifier-perl and ...
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