Description of problem:
I've run gajim remotely on this manner:
ssh -XC host gajim
It work as expected on remote machine with GUI forwarding over SSH to current. Except I never seen animation actviti in tra icon when new message arrived. On local machine it is blinking.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
$ rpm -qa 'kde*'
This is a feature of the new D-Bus-based system tray protocol. D-Bus is not network transparent. So you get the fallback XEmbed-based icon which doesn't support requesting attention this way.
Uhm, actually, gajim is a GTK+ application, so it's probably not using the new systray spec, but the notification spec is also D-Bus-based, which might be the problem here… In any case, I'm fairly sure that the root issue is that D-Bus is not network transparent.
Sorry, but it work early (I can't say exactly time or release), so it became regression.
Is there plans to fix it? Can you provide some workaround now?
Why it is NOTABUG? It is regression!
Now absent in tray any icon, even static does not shown. And Smiles in application lose transparency and look very ugly!
So it looks like we indeed have some rendering issue.
But are you sure this is a KDE bug? The remote app is a GTK+ app. Did you upgrade GTK+ on the remote machine?
No, I'm not completely sure. But assume it because early it work, and it work locally. So, or transport level problem, or KDE. Do you have any idea how I can provide more details? On other side fully updated Fedora 14.
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