feature request at a bad time in the development cycle

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    m a r
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    But I gotta put it out there. 🙂

    Best of luck with the port.

    When you’re feeling confident with the new version, could there be a way to trigger cherrytree via command line to hide/restore to the system tray?

    Cannot seem to make it work with xdotool or wmctrl.

    Want to be able to assign it to a keyboard shortcut in my window manager.

    Aloha!

    PS: I finally donated. You’ve been very responsive over the years — I am particularly grateful for the ability to sync a file. I’ve been broke for so long, and been supported by software like yours… but now I’m in a better position. Thank you so much for CherryTree — I use it every day, slowly starting to use its capabilities more fully.

    #124387

    giuspen
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    Hi ‘m a r’, thanks for supporting the project.
    Do you mean a command line to tell cherrytree, while already running, to show or hide the system tray?

    #124398

    m a r
    Member

    Yup. Exactly. Or some way to do it via d-bus? (I find d-bus obscure, but I’ve puzzled it out in the past.)

    Aloha!

    #124400

    m a r
    Member

    related: could CherryTree have an option to skip the taskbar?

    Clearly I’m trying to turn it into a systray utility. 🙂

    No worries if cannot!

    Aloha.

    #124408

    giuspen
    Moderator

    Hi ‘m a r’, at the moment it is not possible from cherrytree, maybe this is something that can be done from outside (the operative system) instead

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