[LAU] qjackctl: disable baloon popups?
gnome at hawaii.rr.com
Wed Feb 4 10:50:25 UTC 2015
On Feb 4, 2015 12:21 AM, Hermann Meyer <brummer- at web.de> wrote:
> Am 04.02.2015 um 10:24 schrieb IOhannes m zmoelnig:
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> > this is something that has annoyed me endlessly for years, and i still
> > haven't found a solution.
> > the issue is minor (that's why i haven't asked before), but annoying
> > nevertheless.
> > so:
> > i'm using qjackctl with the "system tray icon" enabled.
> > when i close the application window, qjackctl keeps running and is
> > accessible via the system tray.
> > cool. that's what i want.
> > however, every single time i close the main qjackctl window, a balloon
> > pops up in my notification area, telling me that the "program will
> > keep running in the system tray" and how to really shut it down.
> > the first time i read this, this information was informative (i
> > suppose, it has been years). but no longer.
> > i already know that the program will keep running. that's why i'm
> > using the system tray. there's no need to tell me again and again
> > (even within a single session!).
> > there *must* be simple way to "not show this message again", without
> > completely disabling tray notifications. but how?
> > btw, this is on Debian/sid with xfce4.
> > fgasdmr
> > IOhannes
> I just click on the system tray icon to hide/show qjackctl, instead
> "close" it.
Hmm, not @ my puter right now, but didn't qjackctl have a preference setting about notifications?
Altho hermann's clicking on system tray icon sounds useful.
Glad to hear of another Debian Sid w/ XFCE user here. :)
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