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Old 24.02.2010, 01:31
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Default [linux] tray icon not transparent

hi, i'm running jdownloader on ubuntu 9.10 and the tray icon comes with a white background which looks bad with any dark themes as shown below


can anything be done about this, i know it's not major it just bugs me every time i look at it.

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Old 02.09.2010, 14:57
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I think the same!
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Old 02.09.2010, 15:06
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sadly there's no proper solution to this. It's a Java bug.

but you can recolor the .png's background in gimp. The tray icon uses the 128 px jd logo

a more complex workaround would be:
writing a script that takes a screenshot, cuts out a small rectangle from it which shows a piece of your panel, and merges it with the logo png-file for every start of JD. (I'm almost sure that you can do that with imagemagic + bash scripting)
Yes, I'm crazy :D
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Old 02.09.2010, 15:13
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Ok, can you help me?
I have downloaded this free icon: **External links are only visible to Support Staff**jdownloader icon for faenza

I have replaced the jd_logo_128_128.png original for this, after I have opened JDownloader but it still shows (in tray-icon) the old icon!!
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Old 02.09.2010, 15:56
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Make sure you didn't only restart JD from JD menu. Just close JD and restart it manually. The java process should be killed or in other words: Make sure that Java isn't running anymore when you quit JD.
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Old 02.09.2010, 16:00
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It's solved. The problem is the installation from .deb package, this installation doubles the folders: in /opt/ and in home folder!!
I think that this is very incorrect!
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