komposter wrote:Removed compiz, that gave me back the tray icon.
I dont need compiz anyway, the computer is faster without
Garvan wrote:While trying to find a solution for my disappearing Skype Icon, I selected "Notifications Daemon Fix" in the Compiz Settings Manager, and my Skype Icon is back after the next reboot.
Menu->Preferences->Compiz Settings Manager->Utility->Workarounds->Notifications Daemon Fix
I have not been able to find what the "Notifications Daemon Fix" does, so I am unconvinced everything is fixed, but for 5 or 6 reboots now I have not had a problem. If the problem returns, I will un-install Compiz until a permanent solution arrives.
mintuser wrote:I've found another way to restore the skype icon. Run gnome-panel --restore & in a shell and the icon should be finally displayed.
mintuser wrote:But why did it work in LM 10 then? It also uses Compiz by default.
capricornus wrote:Non of the above does give stable results on 3 totally different systems here. So I decided to try to remove compiz "radically" through synaptic. On the first dinner table laptop, neither my wife nor my daughter noticed the difference but where glad that Skype worked normally - with notification - as they are used to under WinXP. So I tried it on the EeePc and my own testing pc, and yezzz, thát is the solution. It is not a good solution for those that like the compiz-effects, and I hope this bug will soon be solved.
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