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#1 2024-06-12 22:27:12

advice1010
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Registered: 2023-02-19
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Remove network icon from system tray [SOLVED]

I am looking to be able to remove the NetworkManager Applet icon from my system tray.
This icons appears to be within my "Status Tray" plugin.
So far all I have figured out is to be able to "hide" it by going into the Status Tray plugins properties and checking the "hidden" box.
This hides the icon but replaces it with a little flyout arrow instead.  I do not want this little arrow, I just want to be able to hide the network icon.
By any chance does anyone know if this is possible? Hopefully a simple way of doing this.

Thank You

Last edited by advice1010 (2024-06-30 22:24:29)

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#2 2024-06-13 00:16:04

ToZ
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Re: Remove network icon from system tray [SOLVED]

If you don't want it in the tray at all, you can kill the nm-applet process (assuming you are using nm-applet). If you don't want it to start at all, you can disable it from starting in Settings Manager > Session and Startup > Autostart applications.


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#3 2024-06-25 20:39:21

advice1010
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Re: Remove network icon from system tray [SOLVED]

@ToZ
Thank you for your response.
Don't know why I didn't think of that, that is what it was, it loads at startup.
Works great, thank you again for your help

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