Description of problem:
The window doesn't minimise to tray when click on "X" button.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Start xchat in gnome.
2. Click "X" button on xchat window.
3. A dialogue asks if user wants to minimized window to tray.
4. Click on "Minimize to Tray".
5. Watch results.
The window doesn't minimize to tray.
The window minimizes to tray.
It does minimize if user go into "Settings" > "Preferences" > "Chatting" >
"Alert" > and check "Enable system tray icon". Then repeat the above steps.
IMHO, xchat should not display "Minimize to Tray" button when user clicked on
"X" button. Also, add a fast button on the dialogue which let user turn on
"Enable system tray icon" without go to preferences, or tell them where to set that.
Changing version to '9' as part of upcoming Fedora 9 GA.
More information and reason for this action is here:
This is because the Fedora package is patched to turn OFF the tray icon setting,
it's not like that upstream.
But it should be forced back ON when the user clicks the "Minimize to tray"
button. This patch does it:
Still an issue in 2.8.4-16.fc9
It's fixed in 2.8.6. We haven't issued 2.8.6 as an F9 update yet. There's at least bug 455561 which needs to be looked at.
(In reply to comment #4)
> It's fixed in 2.8.6. We haven't issued 2.8.6 as an F9 update yet. There's at
> least bug 455561 which needs to be looked at.
On that basis can this bug be closed?
We could close it RAWHIDE, but IMHO it makes more sense to keep it open until an F9 update (either an upgrade to 2.8.6 or a backport) is pushed to fix it.
Fedora 10 is current version. IMHO this bug could be closed.
I don't think it should be closed until it's fixed in F9 or F9 goes EOL.
I could push out a 2.8.6 update to F9, that would fix this issue.
It is not a high severity of this bug. IMHO pushing out 2.8.6 might not worth for just this bug.
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This is fixed in F10 and above by upgrading to 2.8.6. We haven't pushed this to F9 because 2.8.6 is a big change and caused regressions elsewhere, so we judged it too risky. There are no plans to push 2.8.6 to F9 at this point, seeing where we are in F9's release cycle.
Not a problem. I am using F11 now. :)
I put '9' in thie bug report only I found it on F9.