aurisc4 at gmail.com
Thu Jun 2 19:45:33 UTC 2011
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>> It doesn't integrate into GNOME 3 any more, since it relies on a panel
>> applet and GNOME 3 doesn't support those.
> It seems to work really well in Gnome 3. The "applet" sits down in the
> notification bar (like empathy) and is almost as convenient to use as
> it used to be.
That's not actually applet, it's status icon, although they look the
same. I'm going to change this behaviour by making Search All Notes
window the main one. I plan to keep status icon available via setting,
but not enabled by default.
> I just wish I could figure out how to get it to start that way using
> gnome-session-properties ... it only seems to include a persistent
> notification bar icon if you start it after logging in.
Gnote gives status icon 2 seconds to appear and shows Search All Notes
window as main, if that fails. If you somehow delay the gnote start
(wrap to some script for example) until desktop components like tray are
available, it should start in a tray.
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