Re: Mysterious autostart behaviour

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On Mon, 2021-06-07 at 08:32 +0800, Ed Greshko wrote:
> On 07/06/2021 05:53, Patrick O'Callaghan wrote:
> > > When it starts, is the full gui started or do you just find
> > > ktorrent
> > > in the background?  I ask that since could
> > > it be that ktorrent is on the systray and in someway hidden from
> > > view?
> > The GUI is visible. I don't know how I could tell if it's in the
> > systray if I can't see it there.
> Well, in the preferences there is a check-box for the systray.

What Preferences? I don't see anything in the Kickoff settings, nor in
the general System Settings. The ktorrent settings has a toggle to show
a systray icon (which is turned on) but no such icon is present.

> Also, if you "Configure Systray" when ktorrent is running you'll see
> it listed in Entries if it is.

The systray is visible (I didn't even know it could be turned off), but
I don't see how to configure it.

> > 
> > > I would also use
> > >
> > >   to look
> > > for stray entries or should I say entries that have been missed?
> > I'll have to read that attentively.
> You may also want to check out "man systemd-xdg-autostart-generator"

I'll look at that.

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