Wednesday, November 01, 2006

Starting Rhythmbox in the Notification Area

I normally have Rhythmbox running on my desktop to provide me with music. However normally when you start up Rhythmbox it displays its window, now as I added Rhythmbox to the list of programs to automatically startup when I login I wanted it in the notification area (tray). The trick for doing this is to start Rhythmbox with the command: rhythmbox-client --hide Now if only gaim would have some way todo the same thing.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Gaim starts hidden if it exited hidden.