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25th January, 2008 at 02:40:58 -

I have a problem with tray icon, I can make the icon show in the tray area, but the window is still in the taskbar

 
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25th January, 2008 at 03:26:20 -

Well, yeah. The tray icon doesn't make your application disappear from the taskbar, you'll have to use a different extension to hide it from the taskbar.

 
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25th January, 2008 at 11:02:00 -

Sounds like someone's trying to make a keylogger :b :}

 
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25th January, 2008 at 11:41:57 -

There's no indication whatsoever that he's trying to make a keylogger.

Anyway, the trick is to use a subapp while you hide the main window (using Window control object).

 
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25th January, 2008 at 13:29:36 -

Oke thanks, it should be a function of the object itself...
And im not trying to make a keylogger

 
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Originally Posted by Markno2
Sounds like someone's trying to make a keylogger :b :}


No, because a keylogger wouldn't be in the system tray, either. Wtf?

 
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26th January, 2008 at 04:15:17 -

Uhh... He could have it showing there for easy access :b

 
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26th January, 2008 at 04:29:57 -

I guess MSN, uTorrent, my audio control panel, ATI control center in Windows etc. etc. are keyloggers too, then?

Seriously, wtf?

 
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Alright, alright... I thought he wanted to hide the tray icon ;__;

 
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26th January, 2008 at 06:40:34 -

Ah, but the tray icon and the taskbar area are different places. Click games usually don't appear in the tray area (the stuff at the right side of the task bar).

 
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26th January, 2008 at 09:14:36 -

Is there actually an extension that hides the game in the taskbar? since the tray icon doesn't do that T_T

 
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26th January, 2008 at 09:58:49 -


Originally Posted by EonDev
Is there actually an extension that hides the game in the taskbar? since the tray icon doesn't do that T_T



I already said it. Use a subapp and hide the main window with the window control object

 
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