On Mon, Oct 22, 2018 at 8:07 PM Hans de Goede <hdegoede(a)redhat.com> wrote:
On 22-10-18 16:12, Kamil Paral wrote:
> some time ago when systray support was removed from gnome and the
widely-recommended solution was the TopIcons extension, I got the
impression that the extension will be somewhat semi-officially maintained.
I might have understood it wrong.
> Either way, the current status is that TopIcons doesn't even load 
and TopIcons Plus does load but doesn't seem to do anything (no icons
> So I just want to highlight this. Is this on Workstation WG's radar? Is
there going to be any GNOME dev participation in getting this fixed, or is
this solely dependent on the community? (IOW: Is there any hope for those
of us using systray?)
I've a version of TopIconsPlus which works with 3.30 here:
To use this git clone it and then add a symlink named
pointed to the clone (and remove the old version from
Thanks! I see that the original author (phocean) who is linked from
marked his version as unmaintained, and there are
several forks (yours and huttli's) that should be working. Could somebody
replace the non-working extension on extensions.gnome.org
with one of these
forks (of course if you or huttli are OK with it)?