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Re: [virt-tools-list] [PATCH] systray: toogle Manager on click and a pref. to keep running in tray

Patch reworked based upon proposed changes. Much simpler now. No notification however. 

On Tue, Oct 20, 2009 at 5:43 PM, Cole Robinson <crobinso redhat com> wrote:
On 10/19/2009 03:10 PM, Jon Nordby wrote:
> Result of me scratching an itch and procrastinating on studies. First time
> using hg and glade so bear with me and give feedback if there is anything
> wrong. Or if there are other things that should/could be improved.
> I believe this addresses the minimal case for: "System Icon Improvements -
> At the very least, a "Minimize to Tray" type option." on
> http://virt-manager.et.redhat.com/page/Roadmap
> The "Keep running in tray" option should however be grayed out when the
> systray is disabled to not confuse the user. I was not able to find out how
> that's done.

Thanks for taking a stab at this.

I regret even adding the systray icon without making your proposed
behavior the default. I think the icon is only useful for people who
plan on having the virt-manager as a long running task, and we shouldn't
require that some top level window stay minimize that whole time.

So, I don't think this should even be an opt out option, let's just out
right enable it! This will simplify your patch substantially (though it
was fine to begin with).

The one extra piece to facilitate this will be a notification that
'virt-manager is still running' when the user closes all windows, with a
'Don't show this again' option. Though it's not required to commit this

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