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Old 1st October 2011, 05:34 PM
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Question Notification-daemon - configure?

Fedora 16 Alpha x86_64

I'm not using GNOME as my DE, but I am running a few GNOME applications. Notification-daemon works provided that I start /usr/libexec/notification-daemon in my LXDE session.

The notifications show up, and if I don't dismiss them, they go into the "queue" with the notification icon showing in my system tray with the number of outstanding notifications.

All great, except for one thing. The icon in the tray is huge (about 4x the size of the other icons in the tray). Is there a way I can configure the size of this icon? I have tried
 man notification-daemon
but there is no man entry.

Last edited by Palooka; 1st October 2011 at 05:36 PM. Reason: typo

configure, notificationdaemon

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