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




On Wed, Oct 21, 2009 at 10:00 PM, Cole Robinson <crobinso redhat com> wrote:
We should register a listener on the systray gconf preference in
engine.py that will stop the app if windows == 0.

Well, that gets called the instant that the preference is changed (at least right now it does). So in the case of an open preference dialog and the user unticks the systray option (which might well be an accident) the program will die. In my opinion there should at least be a notification saying why. If not the user might think its a bug. Depending on how much of a corner case you think this is you might also want to have a button to open the manager window?

Or maybe the manager should just be spawned outright in this case... A bit to magical maybe? Not sure whats the best solution to this is, but dying silently is not a good one imo.

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