Re: [Rhythmbox-devel] Feature request; close to tray
- From: "Charlotte Curtis" <c f curtis gmail com>
- To: "Brett Alton" <brett jr alton gmail com>
- Cc: rhythmbox-devel gnome org, Åskar Andersson <askar andersson gmail com>
- Subject: Re: [Rhythmbox-devel] Feature request; close to tray
- Date: Wed, 18 Jun 2008 12:11:18 -0400
You should only need to do the right-click->show music player action
once (to set the preference), and after that all you need to do is
click on the tray icon to show/hide the main window, just as you said.
If yours doesn't work this way, then that's weird... what
distro/desktop environment/rhythmbox version are you using?
I think the reason iTunes behaves that way is because that's how all
(or most) programs on mac os work - clicking on the "x" just closes
the window and leaves the application running. I'm not sure how many
other music programs behave this way, but I haven't run into any
(although I'll admit I really only use rhythmbox).
On Wed, Jun 18, 2008 at 11:11 AM, Brett Alton <brett jr alton gmail com> wrote:
> That's close, but not quite what I was expecting. That forces you to
> right-click the tray all the time. I think you should be able to click
> the tray to make it appear, and click it again to make it disappear.
> Also, clicking the 'X' moves it to tray (if specified in the
> preferences) so you either have to right-click and close or go to File
>> Close to really close Rhythmbox. Doesn't seem like the most logical
> action but iTunes and all sorts of those music players do it.
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