I'm not sure what you mean.
The Java implementation is based on GtkMenuItem, which uses XEmbed, and this won't work on the majority of the desktop environments anymore. The replacement on these DE is AppIndicator.
Gnome 3 doesn't have trays anymore at all, neither GtkMenuItem nor AppIndicator. This is a (stupid) Gnome decision and nothing an app can do about.
If you prefer or need to use GtkMenuItem for your DE, it is still there: select Default as the tray implementation.
AppIndicator has a fallback to GtkMenuItem though.
For the full history of this nightmare see issue 192 on Github.
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On 27 Jan 2017, at 11:06, Cyborg <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Am 26.01.2017 um 23:52 schrieb Ingo Bauersachs:
2.9.5544 break with previose behavior, because it quits, when you press
the "x" to iconize the main window.
I assume you're on Linux where it's intended behavior. See this:
If you enable a tray implementation, clicking X will hide the window again. Without a tray icon, you can enable the option "Minimize instead of close or hide" (Tools->Options->General)
Ok, works. But, why is the working TrayIcon gone ? It worked under
Cinnamon, just Gnome made the mistake.
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