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Issue Report: Steam not properly minimizeing into tray on Gnome 3
On Gnome 3 Steam wont go into the tray when you minimize the client.
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I have the same issue on XFCE (4.8, on Xubuntu 12.04).

When it's minimized or "closed", Steam stay on "Window buttons" panel.
If you're running a 64bit version of Ubuntu, libappindicator will not install both the 64 and 32 bit versions since it is not yet multiarch. Canonical is working on fixing that, but until it is you *can* in fact get the tray icon working while also breaking most of your tray by installing libappindicator:i386, but I would recommend waiting on the fix.
This issue may not be related to 64-bit systems.

I'm running a 32-bit version of XUbuntu and Xfce as my window manager. I click close, and Steam still stays in the window buttons panel. libappindicator is installed.
It's the same on KDE. No Icon in tray either
Same issue on Linux Mint KDE 13 (32 bit).
Same on Mint 13 MATE w/ Compiz. The close button is working the same as minimize.
It affects me too.
Ubuntu 12.04 with Gnome Fallback
Same issue here. Ubuntu 12.04 32 bit with unity.
Same here, Ubuntu 12.10 with Gnome Shell
Same here, KDE with ubuntu 12.04 x64.
Same here, Ubuntu 12.04 (Unity) x64.
Added to the bug database.
Same here, KDE with ubuntu 12.04 x32.
Some with me on KDE with Ubuntu 12.04 x64
There isn't a system tray, is there? I thought as it had been written for Ubuntu it minimises toward the Unity bar where it's still visible as running, so no system tray icon at this stage was intentional, was I wrong?

Other than that, minimise works for me in Gnome 3 on Fedora 17 exactly as it does for any other window.
Legutóbb szerkesztette: mikeym; 2012. dec. 5., 1:08
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