Re: Will traditional notification area be available in gnome-shell 3.0?

This is not about my problem;). Many apps are using the icons in the
NA as "minimized state" indication, providing popup menu with most
frequently used commands. For example, xchat, transmission etc. How
gnome3 is going to address that?


On Sat, Oct 16, 2010 at 9:48 PM, William Jon McCann
<william jon mccann gmail com> wrote:
> On Sat, Oct 16, 2010 at 4:38 PM, Sergey Udaltsov
> <sergey udaltsov gmail com> wrote:
>> Thanks, Jon. This is not exactly what notification area was doing. You
>> can create popups, but you cannot create status icons using this
>> standard, can you?
> The precise details of how they are displayed is up to the
> implementation of the notification daemon.  The GNOME 3 shell displays
> them in a way that is visually more or less in the spirit of status
> icons.  The notification daemon we'll use in the GNOME 2 fallback
> shell will currently display one status icon to provide access to all
> missed notifications.
> Probably better to describe what problem you are trying to solve and
> see if we can come up with a good solution for it directly.
> Jon

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